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pearl

noun uk   /pɜːl/  us   /pɝːl/
[C or U] a small, round object, usually white, that forms around a grain of sand inside the shell of a sea creature, especially an oyster . Pearls are valuable and are used to make jewellery: a string of pearls a pearl necklacepearls [plural] jewellery made from pearls: He gave her pearls for her birthday. [C] an artificially made pearl: cultured pearls [C] literary a small drop of liquid: There were pearls of dew on the grass. [U] the white shiny colour of pearl or a pale colour [U] →  mother-of-pearl : pearl buttons
Traducciones de “pearl”
en árabe لؤْلؤْ…
en coreano 진주…
in Malaysian mutiara…
en francés (de) perle (s)…
en turco inci…
en italiano perla…
en chino (tradicionál) 珍珠, 人造珍珠, 液態珠狀物…
en ruso жемчуг…
en polaco perła…
in Vietnamese ngọc trai…
en español perla…
en portugués pérola…
in Thai ไข่มุก…
en alemán die Perle, Perlen-……
en catalán perla…
en japonés 真珠, パール…
in Indonesian mutiara…
en chino (simplificado) 珍珠, 人造珍珠, 液态珠状物…
(Definition of pearl from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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