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Translation of "thorn" - English-Spanish dictionary

thorn

noun /θoːn/
a hard, sharp point sticking out from the stem of certain plants
espina
She pricked her finger on a thorn.
thorny adjective ( comparative thornier, superlative thorniest) full of or covered with thorns
espinoso
a thorny branch.
difficult, causing trouble etc
espinoso, delicado, difícil
a thorny problem.
Translations of “thorn”
in Arabic شَوْكة…
in Korean 가시…
in Malaysian duri…
in French épine…
in Turkish diken…
in Italian spina…
in Chinese (Traditional) (植物莖上的)刺,荊棘…
in Russian колючка, шип…
in Polish kolec, cierń…
in Vietnamese cái gai…
in Portuguese espinho…
in Thai หนาม…
in German der Dorn…
in Catalan espina…
in Japanese とげ…
in Indonesian duri…
in Chinese (Simplified) (植物茎上的)刺,荆棘…
(Definition of thorn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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