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balenoun [C]

 us   /beɪl/
a ​largeamount of something such as ​hay (= ​drygrass), ​paper, ​wool, or ​cloth that has been ​tiedtightly together
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balenoun [C]

uk   us   /beɪl/
a large ​amount of something such as ​paper, wool, or cloth that has been ​tied tightly together: A bale of alfalfa that usually would ​sell for about $3.50 could ​cost as much as $10 this ​year. a bale of cotton

baleverb [T]

uk   us   /beɪl/
to ​tie up something tightly into bales: The hay must be baled, and stacked as quickly as possible.
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(Definition of bale from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “bale”
en coreano 곤포…
en árabe كَومة…
in Malaysian bandela…
en francés balle…
en ruso тюк…
en chino (tradicionál) 大包,大捆…
en italiano balla…
en turco balya, demet, deste…
en polaco bela…
en español fardo…
in Vietnamese kiện hàng…
en portugués fardo…
in Thai หีบห่อมัดรวมกันเป็นตั้ง…
en alemán der Ballen…
en catalán bala…
en japonés 大量の物を束ねたもの, 圧縮こん包した大型物…
en chino (simplificado) 大包,大捆…
in Indonesian segulung, satu bal…
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