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Translation of "shovel" - English-Spanish dictionary

shovel

noun /ˈʃʌv·əl/
a tool used for digging that has a long handle and a wide, flat metal part at one end pala
(Definition of shovel from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

shovel

noun /ˈʃavl/
a tool like a spade, with a short handle, used for scooping up and moving coal, gravel etc pala a coal shovel.
shovelful noun
the amount that can be held, carried etc on a shovel palada a shovelful of coal.
(Definition of shovel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “shovel”
in Korean 삽…
in Arabic رَفش…
in Malaysian penyodok…
in French pelle…
in Russian лопата…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鏟, (大機器的)鏟鬥, 一鏟(的量)…
in Italian pala, badile…
in Turkish kürek…
in Polish łopata, szufla…
in Vietnamese cái xẻng…
in Portuguese pá…
in Thai พลั่ว…
in German die Schaufel…
in Catalan pala…
in Japanese シャベル, ショベル…
in Chinese (Simplified) 铲, (大机器的)铲斗, 一铲(的量)…
in Indonesian sekop…
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