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Meaning of “bucket” - Learner’s Dictionary

bucket

noun [C]     /ˈbʌkɪt/
B1 a round, open container with a handle used for carrying liquids: a bucket of waterContainers for waste
Translations of “bucket”
in Arabic سَطْل…
in Korean 양동이…
in Malaysian timba…
in French seau…
in Turkish kova, bakraç…
in Italian secchio…
in Chinese (Traditional) (有把手的)桶…
in Russian ведро…
in Polish wiadro…
in Vietnamese thùng, xô…
in Spanish cubo…
in Portuguese balde…
in Thai ถัง…
in German der Eimer…
in Catalan galleda…
in Japanese バケツ…
in Indonesian ember…
in Chinese (Simplified) (有提梁的)桶…
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