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Significado de “flake” - Diccionario Inglés

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flakenoun [C]

uk   /fleɪk/  us   /fleɪk/
  • flake noun [C] (SMALL PIECE)

a ​small, ​thinpiece of something, ​especially if it has come from a ​surfacecovered with a ​layer of something: flakes of ​snow soap flakes This ​roomneedsdecorating - flakes of ​paintkeep coming off the ​walls.

flakeverb [I]

uk   /fleɪk/  us   /fleɪk/
(Definition of flake from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "flake" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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flakenoun [C]

 us   /fleɪk/
  • flake noun [C] (THIN PIECE)

a ​small, ​thinpiece, esp. of a ​layer on a ​surface: Flakes of ​paintfell from the ​ceiling.
  • flake noun [C] (PERSON)

infml a ​person who does not ​seem to ​payattention and is sometimes ​silly: That ​guy is a ​real flake.

flakeverb [I]

 /fleɪk/
  • flake verb [I] (COME OFF IN PIECES)

to come off ​easily in ​small, ​thin, ​flatpieces: Plaster is flaking off the ​walls.
(Definition of flake from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “flake”
en coreano 조각…
en árabe رُقاقة…
in Malaysian kepingan…
en francés flocon…
en ruso чешуйка, снежинка…
en chino (tradicionál) 小片, 小薄片, (尤指)碎片…
en italiano scaglia, fiocco…
en turco ince tabaka, parçacık, tane…
en polaco płatek…
en español copo…
in Vietnamese bông tuyết…
en portugués floco, descamação…
in Thai ชิ้นย่อยที่แตกออกมา…
en alemán die Flocke…
en catalán escata, floc…
en japonés 小片…
en chino (simplificado) 小片, 小薄片, (尤指)碎片…
in Indonesian kepingan…
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