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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
Translations of “wax”
in Korean 밀랍, 초, 왁스…
in Arabic شَمْع…
in French cire, (en/de) cire, cire à cacheter…
in Italian cera…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蠟, 耳屎,耳垢…
in Russian воск…
in Turkish bal mumu…
in Polish wosk…
in Portuguese cera…
in German das Wachs, das Ohrenschmalz, Wachs-……
in Catalan cera…
in Japanese ろう, ワックス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蜡, 耳屎,耳垢…
(Definition of wax from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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