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easel

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈiː.zəl/
a wooden frame, usually with legs, that holds a picture, especially one that an artist is painting or drawing
Translations of “easel”
in Arabic حامِل لَوْحة الرَّسْم…
in Korean 이젤…
in Malaysian kekuda…
in French chevalet…
in Turkish ressam sehpası…
in Italian cavalletto…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指畫家作畫用的)畫架…
in Russian мольберт…
in Polish sztaluga…
in Vietnamese giá vẽ…
in Spanish caballete…
in Portuguese cavalete…
in Thai ขาตั้งกระดานดำ, ขาตั้งภาพ…
in German die Staffelei…
in Catalan cavallet…
in Japanese イーゼル…
in Indonesian kuda-kuda…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指画家作画用的)画架…
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