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Translation of "pencil" - English-Turkish dictionary

pencil

noun [C, U]
 
 
/ˈpensəl/
A1 a long, thin wooden object with a black or coloured point that you write or draw with
kurşun kalem
Writing implementsPainting and drawing materials
Translations of “pencil”
in Arabic قَلَم رَصاص…
in Korean 연필…
in Malaysian pensel…
in French crayon…
in Italian matita…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鉛筆, 化妝筆, 一束光…
in Russian карандаш…
in Polish ołówek…
in Vietnamese cái bút chì…
in Spanish lápiz…
in Portuguese lápis…
in Thai ดินสอ…
in German der (Blei)Stift, Bleistift……
in Catalan llapis…
in Japanese 鉛筆…
in Indonesian pensil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 铅笔, 化妆笔, 一束光…
(Definition of pencil from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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