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Translation of "topic" - English-Spanish dictionary

topic

noun /ˈtopik/
something spoken or written about; a subject asunto, tema They discussed the weather and other topics.
topical adjective
of interest at the present time actual, de actualidad, de interés actual topical news.
topically adverb
con actualidad topically relevant news.
Translations of “topic”
in Arabic مَوْضوع…
in Korean 주제…
in Malaysian topik…
in French sujet…
in Turkish konu, mevzu…
in Italian argomento, soggetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 話題, 主題…
in Russian тема…
in Polish temat…
in Vietnamese chủ đề…
in Portuguese tópico, assunto…
in Thai หัวข้อ…
in German das Thema…
in Catalan tema…
in Japanese 主題, テーマ, トピック…
in Indonesian topik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 话题, 主题…
(Definition of topic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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