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shield

noun /ʃiːld/
a broad piece of metal, wood etc carried as a protection against weapons
escudo
The police were issued with riot shields.
something or someone that protects
escudo
A thick steel plate acted as a heat shield.
a trophy shaped like a shield won in a sporting competition etc
placa
My son has won the archery shield.
(Definition of shield from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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