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Translation of "vice" - English-Spanish dictionary

vice

noun   /vaɪs/
something bad that someone often does vicio Smoking is his only vice.
(Definition of vice from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

vice

noun /vais/ /vais/
a kind of strong tool for holding an object firmly, usually between two metal jaws torno de banco The carpenter held the piece of wood in a vice He has a grip like a vice.
(Definition of vice from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “vice”
in Korean 비행…
in Arabic رَذيلة…
in Malaysian ragum…
in French étau…
in Russian порок, зло, преступление…
in Chinese (Traditional) 邪惡, 墮落,邪惡, 不良習氣,惡習…
in Italian vizio…
in Turkish zaaf, kusur, kişilik zayıflığı…
in Polish wada, prostytucja i narkotyki, imadło…
in Vietnamese mỏ cặp, êtô…
in Portuguese vício…
in Thai คีมจับ…
in German der Schraubstock…
in Catalan vici…
in Japanese 悪癖…
in Chinese (Simplified) 邪恶, 堕落,邪恶, 不良习气,恶习…
in Indonesian tanggam…
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