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Translation of "nook" - English-Spanish dictionary

nook

noun   /nʊk/ literary
a small space that is hidden or partly sheltered rincón a cosy/sheltered/quiet nook774
→  Idioms every nook and cranny , every nook and corner
(Definition of nook from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nook

noun /nuk/
a quiet, dark corner or place. rincón
every nook and cranny
everywhere en todos los sitios They searched in every nook and cranny.
(Definition of nook from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “nook”
in Vietnamese nơi hoặc góc yên tĩnh…
in Malaysian ceruk…
in Thai มุม หรือที่มืด…
in French (re)coin…
in German der Schlupfwinkel…
in Chinese (Simplified) 角落, 隐蔽处, 幽深处…
in Indonesian sudut…
in Chinese (Traditional) 角落, 隱蔽處, 幽深處…
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