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Significado de “trench” - Diccionario Inglés

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trenchnoun

uk   /trentʃ/ us   /trentʃ/
[C] a narrow hole that is dug into the ground: A workman was killed when the sides of the trench he was working in collapsed.
[C usually plural] a deep hole dug by soldiers and used as a place from which they can attack the enemy while being hidden: the trenches of the First World War trench warfare
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Significado de "trench" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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trenchnoun [C]

us   /trentʃ/
a narrow channel dug into the ground: I dug a trench around the tent to keep rain water from getting in.
earth science A trench is also a long, deep valley at the bottom of an ocean.
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Traducciones de “trench”
en coreano 참호…
en árabe خَنْدَق…
in Malaysian parit pelindung…
en francés tranchée…
en ruso канава, траншея…
en chino (tradicionál) 壕溝, 溝渠, 戰壕,塹壕…
en italiano fosso, solco, trincea…
en turco hendek, siper…
en polaco rów…
en español trinchera, zanja…
in Vietnamese rãnh, mương…
en portugués vala, trincheira…
in Thai คู…
en alemán der (Schützen-)Graben…
en catalán rasa, trinxera…
en japonés 溝, 堀, 塹壕(ざんごう)…
en chino (simplificado) 壕沟, 沟渠, 战壕,堑壕…
in Indonesian parit…
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