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ivory

noun   /ˈaɪ·vər·i/
[no plural] a hard, white substance from the tusks (= long teeth) of an elephant marfil
(Definition of ivory from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ivory

noun, adjective /ˈaivəri/
(of) the hard white substance forming the tusks of an elephant, walrus etc marfil Ivory was formerly used to make piano keys ivory chessmen.
(Definition of ivory from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ivory”
in Korean 상아…
in Arabic عاج…
in Malaysian gading…
in French (en/d’)ivoire…
in Russian слоновая кость…
in Chinese (Traditional) 象牙, 象牙製品…
in Italian avorio…
in Turkish fildişi…
in Polish kość słoniowa…
in Vietnamese ngà voi…
in Portuguese marfim…
in Thai งาช้าง…
in German das Elfenbein, elfenbeinern…
in Catalan vori…
in Japanese 象牙(げ)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 象牙, 象牙制品…
in Indonesian gading…
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