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Definición de “hull” en inglés

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noun [C] uk   us   /hʌl/
the body or frame of a ship, most of which goes under the water


verb [T] uk   us   /hʌl/ (US also shuck)
to remove the covering or the stem and leaves from some fruits, vegetables, and seeds: We sat in the garden hulling strawberries.
Traducciones de “hull”
in Vietnamese thân tàu…
en español casco…
in Thai ลำเรือ…
in Malaysian badan kapal…
en francés coque…
en alemán der Rumpf…
en chino (tradicionál) 船體, 船身…
in Indonesian badan kapal…
en ruso корпус (корабля)…
en turco gemi/tekne gövdesi…
en chino (simplificado) 船体, 船壳…
en polaco kadłub…
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