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Significado de “doll” - Diccionario Inglés

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dollnoun [C]

uk   /dɒl/ us   /dɑːl/
A1 a child's toy in the shape of a small person or baby

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Significado de "doll" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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dollnoun [C]

us   /dɑl, dɔl/
a child’s toy in the shape of a person, esp. a baby or child
infml You can call someone a doll to show that you like the person or think the person is attractive or pleasant: She’s a doll, she’s a love, she really is.
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Traducciones de “doll”
en coreano 인형…
en árabe دُمْية…
in Malaysian anak patung…
en francés poupée…
en ruso кукла…
en chino (tradicionál) 玩具娃娃,玩偶…
en italiano bambola…
en turco oyuncak bebek…
en polaco lalka…
en español muñeca…
in Vietnamese búp bê…
en portugués boneca…
in Thai ตุ๊กตา…
en alemán die Puppe…
en catalán nina…
en japonés 人形…
en chino (simplificado) 玩具娃娃,玩偶…
in Indonesian boneka…
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