scabbard Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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scabbardnoun [C]

uk   /ˈskæb.əd/  us   /-ɚd/
a ​long, ​thincover for the ​blade of a sword, usually ​attached to a ​belt
(Definition of scabbard from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “scabbard”
in Spanish vaina…
in Vietnamese bao kiếm…
in Malaysian sarung pedang…
in Thai ซองใส่ดาบคาดไว้ที่เอว…
in French gaine, fourreau…
in German die Scheide…
in Chinese (Simplified) (剑)鞘…
in Indonesian sarung pedang…
in Chinese (Traditional) (劍)鞘…
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