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Translation of "beard" - English-Spanish dictionary

beard

noun   /bɪəd/
A1 the hair that grows on a man’s chin (= the bottom of his face) barba
(Definition of beard from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

beard

noun /biəd/
the hair that grows on the chin barba a bushy beard a goat’s beard.
a group of hair-like tufts on an ear of corn arista the beard on barley.
bearded adjective
con barba, barbudo bearded men.
(Definition of beard from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “beard”
in Korean 수염…
in Arabic لِحْية…
in Malaysian janggut, jejanggut…
in French barbe, arête…
in Russian борода…
in Chinese (Traditional) (下巴上的)鬍鬚, 山羊鬍…
in Italian barba…
in Turkish sakal…
in Polish broda…
in Vietnamese râu, ngạnh…
in Portuguese barba…
in Thai เครา, ขนแหลมที่รวงข้าว…
in German der Bart, die Grannen…
in Catalan barba…
in Japanese あごひげ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (下巴上的)胡须, 山羊胡子…
in Indonesian janggut, rambut jagung…
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