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shovelnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈʃʌv.əl/
C2 a tool consisting of a wide, square metal or plastic blade, usually with slightly raised sides, attached to a handle, for moving loose material such as sand, coal, or snow a similar part on a large machine, for picking up and holding loose material (also shovelful ) the amount of something that can fit on a shovel: Should I put another shovelful of coal on the fire?

shovelverb [I or T]

uk   us   /ˈʃʌv.əl/ (-ll- or US usually -l-)
to move with a shovel: Would you give me a hand shovelling the snow away from the garage door?
Traducciones de “shovel”
en árabe رَفش…
en coreano 삽…
in Malaysian penyodok…
en francés pelle…
en turco kürek…
en italiano pala, badile…
en chino (tradicionál) 鏟, (大機器的)鏟鬥, 一鏟(的量)…
en ruso лопата…
en polaco łopata, szufla…
in Vietnamese cái xẻng…
en español pala…
en portugués pá…
in Thai พลั่ว…
en alemán die Schaufel…
en catalán pala…
en japonés シャベル, ショベル…
in Indonesian sekop…
en chino (simplificado) 铲, (大机器的)铲斗, 一铲(的量)…
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