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gravel

noun [U] uk   us   /ˈɡræv.əl/
small rounded stones, often mixed with sand: a gravel path
Translations of “gravel”
in Arabic حَصَى…
in Korean 자갈…
in Malaysian batu kelikir…
in French gravier…
in Turkish çakıl taşı…
in Italian ghiaia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沙礫,礫石…
in Russian гравий…
in Polish żwir…
in Vietnamese sỏi…
in Spanish grava…
in Portuguese cascalho…
in Thai ก้อนกรวด…
in German der Kies…
in Catalan grava…
in Japanese 小石, 砂利…
in Indonesian kerikil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 沙砾,砾石…
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