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pen

noun /pen/
an instrument for writing in ink
pluma
My pen needs a new nib.
pen-friend nouns ( pen-pal) a usually young person (usually living abroad) with whom another (usually young) person regularly exchanges letters
amigo por correspondencia
My daughter has pen-friends in India and Spain.
pen-knife noun a pocket-knife with blades which fold into the handle.
navaja
pen-name noun a name used by a writer instead of his own name
seudónimo
Samuel Clemens used the pen-name of Mark Twain.
Translations of “pen”
in Arabic قَلَم…
in Korean 펜…
in Malaysian petak…
in French enclos…
in Turkish dolma kalem, ağıl, hayvan barınağı…
in Italian penna…
in Chinese (Traditional) 書寫工具, (用墨水的)筆…
in Russian ручка, загон…
in Polish długopis, zagroda…
in Vietnamese chỗ quây kín…
in Portuguese caneta…
in Thai คอก…
in German der Pferch…
in Catalan bolígraf, ploma…
in Japanese ペン…
in Indonesian kandang terbuka…
in Chinese (Simplified) 书写工具, (用墨水的)笔…
(Definition of pen from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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