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Definición de “lee” en inglés

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leenoun

uk   us   /liː/
[S] the side of hill, wall, etc. that provides shelter from the windthe lees [plural] the substance that is left at the bottom of a container of liquid, especially in a bottle of wine
Traducciones de “lee”
in Vietnamese chỗ tránh gió…
en español abrigo, sotavento, socaire…
in Thai ที่บังลม…
in Malaysian lindungan…
en francés côté sous le vent…
en alemán windgeschützte Seite, Lee…
en chino (tradicionál) (山、牆等的)背風坡,背風面…
in Indonesian bagian terlindung…
en chino (simplificado) (山、墙等的)背风坡,背风面…
(Definition of lee from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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