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Translation of "peel" - English-Spanish dictionary

peel

verb   /piːl/
to take off the skin of fruit or vegetables pelar Peel and chop the onions.
noun [no plural]   /piːl/
the skin of fruit or vegetables piel, monda
(Definition of peel from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

peel

verb /piːl/
to take off the skin or outer covering of (a fruit or vegetable) pelar She peeled the potatoes.
to take off or come off in small pieces pelarse, desconcharse The paint is beginning to peel (off).
peeler noun
a tool etc that peels (something) pelador a potato peeler.
peelings noun plural
the strips or pieces of skin peeled off an apple, potato etc peladuras potato peelings.
(Definition of peel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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