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island

noun /ˈailənd/
a piece of land surrounded by water
île
a tropical island The island lay a mile off the coast.
(also traffic island) a traffic-free area, built in the middle of a street, for pedestrians to stand on. islander noun
insulaire
Translations of “island”
in Arabic جَزيْرة…
in Korean 섬…
in Malaysian pulau, pulau pembahagi lalu lintas…
in Turkish ada…
in Italian isola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 島,島嶼, 交通島,安全島…
in Russian остров…
in Polish wyspa…
in Vietnamese hòn đảo, chỗ đứng tránh của người đi bộ…
in Spanish isla, isla de peatones…
in Portuguese ilha…
in Thai เกาะ, เกาะกลางถนน…
in German die Insel, die Verkehrsinsel…
in Catalan illa…
in Japanese 島…
in Indonesian pulau, jalur tengah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 岛,岛屿, 交通岛,安全岛…
(Definition of island from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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