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Translation of "grain" - English-Spanish dictionary

grain

noun   /ɡreɪn/
a seed from types of grass that are eaten as food grano grains of wheat/rice
[no plural] seeds from types of grass that are eaten as food, often used to make flour grano the grain harvest
a very small piece of something grano a grain of sand/sugar/rice
(Definition of grain from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

grain

noun /ɡrein/
a seed of wheat, oats etc grano a grain of wheat.
corn in general cereal Grain is ground into flour.
a very small, hard particle grano a grain of sand.
the way in which the lines of fibre run in wood, leather etc. veta, fibra
a very small amount pizca, ápice There isn’t a grain of truth in that story.
go against the grain
to be against a person’s wishes, feelings etc ir en contra de los principios/deseos/sentimientos de alguien It goes against the grain for me to tell lies.
(Definition of grain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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