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wax

noun [no plural]   /wæks/
a solid substance that becomes soft when warm and melts easily, often used to make candles cera
(Definition of wax from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wax

noun /wӕks/
the sticky, fatty substance of which bees make their cells; beeswax cera
the sticky, yellowish substance formed in the ears. cera
a manufactured, fatty substance used in polishing, to give a good shine cera furniture wax.
(also candle-wax) (of) a substance made from paraffin, used in making candles, models etc, that melts when heated cera (also adjective) a wax model.
sealing wax. lacre
waxed adjective
having a coating of wax encerado waxed paper.
waxen adjective ( waxy)
de cera, céreo
waxwork noun
a wax model (usually of a well-known person). figura de cera
waxworks noun plural
an exhibition of such models. museo de cera
(Definition of wax from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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