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umbrella

noun [C] (DEVICE)
器具
 
 
/ʌmˈbrel.ə/
a device for protection against the rain which consists of a stick with a folding frame covered in material at one end and usually a handle at the other, or a similar, often larger, device used for protection against the sun
伞;雨伞;阳伞
I felt a few spots of rain so I put my umbrella up.
我感到有几滴雨点,于是便撑起了雨伞。
I left another umbrella on the bus yesterday.
我昨天又把一把伞落在公交车上了。
a folding umbrella
折叠伞
Gloves and other accessories
Translations of “umbrella”
in Arabic مِظَلّة…
in Korean 우산…
in Malaysian payung…
in French parapluie…
in Turkish şemsiye…
in Italian ombrello…
in Chinese (Traditional) 器具, 傘, 雨傘…
in Russian зонт…
in Polish parasol, parasolka…
in Vietnamese cái ô…
in Spanish paraguas…
in Portuguese guarda-chuva…
in Thai ร่ม…
in German der Schirm…
in Catalan paraigua…
in Japanese かさ…
in Indonesian payung…
(Definition of umbrella noun (DEVICE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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