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Significado de “sand” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "sand" - Diccionario Inglés

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sandnoun

uk   /sænd/ us   /sænd/
B1 [U] a substance that consists of very small grains of rock, found on beaches and in deserts: a grain of sand The children played all day in/on the sand. coarse/fine sand Mix one part sand to three parts cement.
sands [plural]
large flat areas of sand near the sea: miles of golden sands

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sandverb [T]

uk   /sænd/ us   /sænd/
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Significado de "sand" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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sandnoun [U]

us   /sænd/
  • sand noun [U] (SMALL GRAINS)

a mass of very small grains that at one time were rock and now form deserts and beaches

sandverb [T]

us   /sænd/
  • sand verb [T] (MAKE SMOOTH)

to make a surface smooth by rubbing it with sandpaper (= strong, rough paper) or with a special tool: The bookcase has to be sanded and stained.
(Definition of sand from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “sand”
en coreano 모래…
en árabe رِمال…
in Malaysian pasir, kawasan berpasir…
en francés sable, plage…
en ruso песок…
en chino (tradicionál) 沙,沙子…
en italiano sabbia…
en turco kum…
en polaco piasek…
en español arena, playa arenosa…
in Vietnamese cát, bãi cát, lớp cát…
en portugués areia…
in Thai ทราย, ชายหาด…
en alemán der Sand…
en catalán sorra…
en japonés 砂…
en chino (simplificado) 沙,沙子…
in Indonesian pasir, pantai berpasir…
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