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Translation of "brittle" - English-Spanish dictionary

brittle

adjective   /ˈbrɪt·l/
hard but able to be broken easily frágil, quebradizo brittle bones
brittleness noun [no plural] /ˈbrɪt·l·nəs/
fragilidad
(Definition of brittle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

brittle

adjective /ˈbritl/
hard but easily broken quebradizo a brittle material Clay is a very brittle substance.
brittleness noun
lo quebradizo the brittleness of the glass.
(Definition of brittle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “brittle”
in Korean (딱딱하지만) 깨지기 쉬운…
in Arabic هَشّ…
in Malaysian rapuh…
in French cassant…
in Russian хрупкий…
in Chinese (Traditional) 易碎的, 易碎的,脆的…
in Italian fragile…
in Turkish kolay kırılır, gevrek…
in Polish kruchy…
in Vietnamese dễ vỡ…
in Portuguese quebradiço, frágil…
in Thai เปราะ…
in German spröde…
in Catalan fràgil, trencadís…
in Japanese (固いが)もろい, 壊れやすい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 易碎的, 易碎的,脆的…
in Indonesian rapuh…
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