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flake

noun /fleik/
a very small piece
copo
flakes of paint a snowflake.
flaky adjective
desconchado
flake out phrasal verb (slang) to fall asleep straight away because one is extremely tired
caer rendido
He flaked out as soon as his head hit the pillow.
flaked out adjective (slang) extremely tired
agotado, rendido
You must be flaked out after being awake all night.
Traducciones de “flake”
en árabe رُقاقة…
en coreano 조각…
in Malaysian kepingan…
en francés flocon…
en turco ince tabaka, parçacık, tane…
en italiano scaglia, fiocco…
en chino (tradicionál) 小片, 小薄片, (尤指)碎片…
en ruso чешуйка, снежинка…
en polaco płatek…
in Vietnamese bông tuyết…
en portugués floco, descamação…
in Thai ชิ้นย่อยที่แตกออกมา…
en alemán die Flocke…
en catalán escata, floc…
en japonés 小片…
in Indonesian kepingan…
en chino (simplificado) 小片, 小薄片, (尤指)碎片…
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