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colander

noun [C]     /ˈkɒləndər/
a bowl with small holes in it used for washing food or separating water from food after cooking Kitchen utensils
Traducciones de “colander”
en árabe مَصفى…
en coreano 체…
in Malaysian penapis…
en francés passoire…
en turco kevgir, süzgeç…
en italiano colabrodo, colapasta…
en chino (tradicionál) 漏勺, 濾盆, 濾器…
en ruso дуршлаг…
en polaco cedzak, durszlak…
in Vietnamese cái chao…
en español colador…
en portugués escorredor (de macarrão, etc.)…
in Thai กระชอน…
en alemán das Sieb…
en catalán escorredora…
en japonés ざる…
in Indonesian saringan…
en chino (simplificado) 漏勺, 滤盆, 滤器…
(Definition of colander from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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