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Translation of "tar" - English-Spanish dictionary

tar

noun /taː/
any of several kinds of thick, black, sticky material obtained from wood, coal etc and used eg in roadmaking
alquitrán, brea, chapapote
a vat of tar.
tarry adjective of or like tar; covered with tar.
alquitranado, embreado
Translations of “tar”
in Arabic قَطْران…
in Korean 타르…
in Malaysian tar…
in French goudron…
in Turkish asfalt, katran…
in Italian catrame…
in Chinese (Traditional) 煤焦油瀝青,柏油(可用於鋪路), 煙鹼,焦油…
in Russian гудрон, смола…
in Polish smoła, substancje smoliste…
in Vietnamese nhựa đường…
in Portuguese alcatrão…
in Thai น้ำมันดิน…
in German der Teer…
in Catalan quitrà…
in Japanese (道路などに敷く)タール…
in Indonesian ter…
in Chinese (Simplified) 煤焦油沥青,柏油(可用于铺路), 烟碱,焦油…
(Definition of tar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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