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Spanish translation of “tablet”

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tablet

noun /ˈtӕblit/
a pill
pastilla, comprimido
Take these tablets for your headache a sleeping-tablet (= a tablet to make one sleep).
a flat piece or bar (of soap etc)
pastilla
I bought a tablet of soap.
a piece of usually stone with a flat surface on which words are engraved etc
lápida
They put up a marble tablet in memory of his father.
( also tablet computer) ( computing) a small one-piece portable computer which the user operates by a touchscreen.
Ordenador Tablet
(Definition of tablet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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