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Meaning of “kettle” - Learner’s Dictionary

kettle

noun [C]     /ˈketl/
B1 a metal or plastic container with a lid, used for boiling water: Charlotte put the kettle on to make some tea. Pots and pans
Translations of “kettle”
in Arabic غَلاّية…
in Korean 주전자…
in Malaysian cerek…
in French bouilloire…
in Turkish su ısıtıcısı, çaydanlık…
in Italian bollitore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水壺,開水壺…
in Russian чайник (для кипячения воды)…
in Polish czajnik…
in Vietnamese ấm đun nước…
in Spanish hervidor, tetera…
in Portuguese chaleira…
in Thai กาน้ำ…
in German der Kessel…
in Catalan bullidora…
in Japanese やかん…
in Indonesian ketel…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水壶,烧水壶…
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