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Translation of "tuft" - English-Spanish dictionary

tuft

noun   /tʌft/
a number of short pieces of something, such as hair or grass, that grow close together mechón, matojo
(Definition of tuft from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tuft

noun /taft/
a small bunch or clump (of grass, hair, feathers etc) mata, (pelo) mechón She sat down on a tuft of grass.
tufted adjective
having or growing in tufts en una mata; en un fajo; en un haz de fibras; copetudo a tufted carpet tufted grass.
(Definition of tuft from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “tuft”
in Korean 다발…
in Arabic خُصْلة…
in Malaysian jambak…
in French touffe…
in Russian пучок…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指毛髮、草等的)一束,一簇,一叢…
in Italian ciuffo, ciocca…
in Turkish tutam, demet…
in Polish kępka…
in Vietnamese búi, chòm…
in Portuguese mecha (de cabelo), tufo (de grama)…
in Thai ปอยผม…
in German das Büschel…
in Catalan floc, matoll…
in Japanese 茂み, (髪の)房…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指毛发、草等的)一束,一簇,一丛…
in Indonesian rumpun, berkas…
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