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slatnoun [C]

us   /slæt/
a thin, narrow piece of wood, plastic, or metal used to make such things as floors, furniture, or window coverings: She closed the slats of the Venetian blinds.
(Definition of slat from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “slat”
in Spanish tablilla, listón…
in Vietnamese thanh, mỏng…
in Malaysian kepingan nipis…
in Thai แผ่นไม้ หรือแผ่นโลหะบาง ๆ…
in French lame(lle)…
in German die Leiste…
in Chinese (Simplified) 板条…
in Indonesian kepingan tipis…
in Chinese (Traditional) 板條…
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