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fence

noun [C] uk   /fens/ us  

fence noun [C] (STRUCTURE)

B2 a structure that divides two areas of land, similar to a wall but made of wood or wire and supported with posts
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fence noun [C] (CRIMINAL)

old-fashioned slang a person who buys and sells stolen goods

fence

verb [I] uk   /fens/ us  
to fight as a sport with a long, thin sword
Traducciones de “fence”
en coreano 울타리…
en árabe سور, سِياج…
en francés clôture…
en turco çit…
en italiano steccato…
en chino (tradicionál) 結構, 柵欄, 籬笆…
en ruso забор, изгородь…
en polaco ogrodzenie, płot…
en español valla, cerca…
en portugués cerca…
en alemán der Zaun…
en catalán tanca…
en japonés 塀…
en chino (simplificado) 结构, 栅栏, 篱笆…
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