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Translation of "tear" - English-Spanish dictionary

tear

noun /tiə/
a drop of liquid coming from the eye, as a result of emotion ( especially sadness) or because something ( eg smoke) has irritated it lágrima tears of joy/laughter/rage. tearful adjective inclined to cry or weep; with much crying or weeping lloroso She was very tearful a tearful farewell. covered with tears cubierto de lágrimas tearful faces. tearfully adverb con lágrimas en los ojos, llorando They tearfully said goodbye to each other. tearfulness noun cualidad de lloroso tear gas noun a kind of gas causing blinding tears, used against eg rioters gas lacrimógeno The police used tear gas against the protesters. tear-stained adjective marked with tears mojado/empapado de lágrimas a tear-stained face. in tears crying or weeping llorando She was in tears over the broken doll.
Translations of “tear”
in Arabic قَطْع, مَزْق…
in Korean 구멍…
in Malaysian mengoyakkan…
in French larme…
in Turkish yırtık, yarık…
in Italian strappo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 裂口, 裂縫…
in Russian дыра, прореха…
in Polish dziura, rozdarcie…
in Vietnamese nước mắt…
in Portuguese rasgo, descosturado…
in Thai น้ำตา…
in German die Träne…
in Catalan estrip…
in Japanese (布や紙などの)破れ目, 裂け目…
in Indonesian air mata…
in Chinese (Simplified) 裂口, 裂缝…
(Definition of tear from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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