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granitenoun [U]

us   /ˈɡræn·ɪt/
a hard gray, pink, or black rock, used in buildings
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in Vietnamese đá granit…
in Spanish granito…
in Malaysian granit…
in Thai หินแกรนิต…
in French (de) granit…
in German der Granit, Granit-……
in Chinese (Traditional) 花崗岩,花崗石…
in Russian гранит…
in Turkish granit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 花岗岩,花岗石…
in Indonesian granit…
in Polish granit…
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