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Significado de “plank” - Diccionario Inglés

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planknoun [C]

uk   /plæŋk/ us   /plæŋk/
  • plank noun [C] (FLAT PIECE)

a long, narrow, flat piece of wood or similar material, of the type used for making floors: oak/concrete planks a plank of wood We used a plank to cross the ditch.
  • plank noun [C] (EXERCISE)

an exercise in which you hold your body straight and parallel to the floor while resting on your toes and hands or elbows: Planks are very good for strengthening your core.
(Definition of plank from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "plank" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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planknoun [C]

us   /plæŋk/
  • plank noun [C] (FLAT PIECE)

a long, flat piece of wood or other material, esp. one wide enough and strong enough to walk on: They walked across the creaky, wooden-plank floor of the old house.
  • plank noun [C] (PRINCIPLE)

an important principle on which the activities of a political or other group are based: He prepared the peace plank in the Democrats’ 1864 presidential platform.
(Definition of plank from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “plank”
en coreano 판자…
en árabe لَوْح خَشَبي…
in Malaysian papan…
en francés planche…
en ruso доска…
en chino (tradicionál) 平板, 木板, 板條…
en italiano asse (di legno)…
en turco kalas…
en polaco deska…
en español tabla, tablón…
in Vietnamese tấm ván…
en portugués tábua…
in Thai แผ่นกระดาน…
en alemán die Bohle…
en catalán tauló…
en japonés 厚板…
en chino (simplificado) 平板, 木板, 板条…
in Indonesian papan…
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