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paste

noun [U] uk   /peɪst/ us  

paste noun [U] (STICKY SUBSTANCE)

a thick soft sticky substance made by mixing a liquid with a powder, especially to make a type of glue: flour-and-water paste wallpaper paste a thick soft substance made by crushing and mixing things such as fish, fruit, or vegetables for food: tomato/anchovy/curry paste

paste noun [U] (JEWEL MATERIAL)

a hard type of glass used to make artificial jewels: Are these real diamonds or paste?

paste

verb uk   /peɪst/ us  

paste verb (STICK)

[T usually + adv/prep] to stick something to something, especially with paste: You can make your own distorting mirror by pasting a sheet of kitchen foil to a piece of thin cardboard.

paste verb (COMPUTING)

[I or T] to move a piece of text to a particular place in a computer document: Cut that paragraph and then paste it at the end of the page.
Traducciones de “paste”
en coreano 풀…
en árabe مادّة لاصِقة…
en francés colle, pâte…
en turco zamk, macun, yapıştırıcı…
en italiano colla, collante…
en chino (tradicionál) 黏性物質, 糊, 麵糰…
en ruso клей, паста, пюре…
en polaco klej, pasta, przecier…
en español engrudo, masa, pasta…
en portugués cola, massa, pasta…
en alemán der Kleister, der Teig, die Paste…
en catalán cola…
en japonés (接着用の)のり…
en chino (simplificado) 黏性物质, 糊, 面团…
(Definition of paste from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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