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Translation of "net" - English-Spanish dictionary

net

noun /net/
(any of various devices for catching creatures, eg fish, or for any of a number of other purposes, consisting of) a loose open material made of knotted string, thread, wire etc red, malla a fishing net a hairnet a tennis net (also adjective) a net curtain.
netting noun
material made in the form of a net malla, redes wire netting.
netball noun
a team game in which a ball is thrown into a net hanging high up on a pole baloncesto, básquet She enjoys playing netball with her friends.
network noun
anything in the form of a net, ie with many lines crossing each other red A network of roads covered the countryside.
a widespread organization red a radio network television networks.
(computing) a system of computers that can exchange messages and information red The Internet is a global computer network
Translations of “net”
in Arabic شَبَكة…
in Korean 그물, 망사…
in Malaysian jaring…
in French (de/au) filet…
in Turkish ağ, file…
in Italian rete…
in Chinese (Traditional) 材料, 網, 網狀物…
in Russian сетчатый материал, сеть, сетка…
in Polish siatka, sieć…
in Vietnamese lưới…
in Portuguese rede…
in Thai แห…
in German das Netz, Netz-……
in Catalan xarxa, malla…
in Japanese 網, 網(織物)…
in Indonesian jaring…
in Chinese (Simplified) 材料, 网, 网状物…
(Definition of net from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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