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Translation of "raw" - English-Spanish dictionary

raw

adjective   /rɔː/
B1 not cooked crudo raw meat/vegetables
in the natural state and not changed puro raw silk
(Definition of raw from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

raw

adjective /roː/
not cooked crudo raw onions/meat.
not prepared or refined; in the natural state bruto, sin refinar, en rama raw cotton What raw materials are used to make plastic?
with the skin rubbed and sore en carne viva My heel is raw because my shoe doesn’t fit properly.
untrained; inexperienced verde, inexperto raw recruits.
rawness noun
crudeza
a raw deal noun
unfair treatment trato injusto I think he got a raw deal – he should have been promoted instead of Jenkins.
raw material noun
material before being processed or manufactured; material in its natural state such as iron and coal materia prima an increase in the price of raw materials.
(Definition of raw from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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