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sand

noun uk   us   /sænd/
B1 [U] a substance that consists of very small grains of rock, found on beaches and in deserts: a grain of sand The children played all day in/on the sand. coarse/fine sand Mix one part sand to three parts cement.sands [plural] large flat areas of sand near the sea: miles of golden sands
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sand

verb [T] uk   us   /sænd/
to make something smooth by rubbing it with something rough, especially sandpaper (= strong paper with sand attached to it): Sand the door (down) thoroughly before starting to paint.
Traducciones de “sand”
en árabe رِمال…
en coreano 모래…
in Malaysian pasir, kawasan berpasir…
en francés sable, plage…
en turco kum…
en italiano sabbia…
en chino (tradicionál) 沙,沙子…
en ruso песок…
en polaco piasek…
in Vietnamese cát, bãi cát, lớp cát…
en español arena, playa arenosa…
en portugués areia…
in Thai ทราย, ชายหาด…
en alemán der Sand…
en catalán sorra…
en japonés 砂…
in Indonesian pasir, pantai berpasir…
en chino (simplificado) 沙,沙子…
(Definition of sand from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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