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planknoun [C]

uk   us   /plæŋk/

plank noun [C] (FLAT PIECE)

a long, narrow, flat piece of wood or similar material, of the type used for making floors: oak/concrete planks a plank of wood We used a plank to cross the ditch.

plank noun [C] (PRINCIPLE)

literary an important principle on which the activities of a group, especially a political group, are based: Educational reform was one of the main planks of their election campaign. The party's policy is based on five central planks.
Traducciones de “plank”
en árabe لَوْح خَشَبي…
en coreano 판자…
in Malaysian papan…
en francés planche…
en turco kalas…
en italiano asse (di legno)…
en chino (tradicionál) 平板, 木板, 板條…
en ruso доска…
en polaco deska…
in Vietnamese tấm ván…
en español tabla, tablón…
en portugués tábua…
in Thai แผ่นกระดาน…
en alemán die Bohle…
en catalán tauló…
en japonés 厚板…
in Indonesian papan…
en chino (simplificado) 平板, 木板, 板条…
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