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umbrella

noun   /ʌmˈbrel·ə/
A2 a thing that you hold above your head to keep yourself dry when it is raining paraguas
(Definition of umbrella from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

umbrella

noun /amˈbrelə/
an apparatus for protecting a person from the rain, made of a folding covered framework attached to a stick with a handle paraguas Take an umbrella – it’s going to rain.
(Definition of umbrella from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “umbrella”
in Korean 우산…
in Arabic مِظَلّة…
in Malaysian payung…
in French parapluie…
in Russian зонт…
in Chinese (Traditional) 器具, 傘, 雨傘…
in Italian ombrello…
in Turkish şemsiye…
in Polish parasol, parasolka…
in Vietnamese cái ô…
in Portuguese guarda-chuva…
in Thai ร่ม…
in German der Schirm…
in Catalan paraigua…
in Japanese かさ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 器具, 伞, 雨伞…
in Indonesian payung…
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