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Fur in English
of or relating to fur; resembling or feeling like fur; made of fur hair of an animal; clothing made with fur; something which resembles fur (i.e. mineral deposits inside a kettle); filmy coating on the tongue dress in fur; upholster in fur; cover in fur unit of length equal to 220 yardsor 201.168 metres (used mainly in horse racing) unit of length equal to 220 yards (201.168 metres)

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Fur in Greek
γούνα σκεπάζω με γούναν

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Fur in Chinese (s)
毛皮制品, 软毛, 毛皮 以毛皮制作, 使生垢, 使生苔

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Fur in Chinese (t)
毛皮製品, 軟毛, 毛皮 以毛皮製作, 使生垢, 使生苔

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Fur in Arabic
فرو, وبر, ثوب مفري, طلاء, خمل النسيج كسا

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Fur in Spanish
de piel, hecho de piel pelaje, borrilla, pelo, saburra; piel, pellejo forrar con pieles

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Fur in Russian
меховой, пушной шерсть, шкура, мех, пушнина; налет, осадок, накипь подбивать мехом; счищать накипь; обшивать рейками, обшивать дранью, обшивать досками

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Fur in Dutch
van bont; van vacht gemaakt vacht, bont, bontjas; aanslag, beslag bontkleding; aanslag, voeren met bont; beslag

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Fur in Portuguese
de pele animal, feito de pele animal peles (para adorno); pêlo vestir de peles, cobrir (-se), incrustar (-se)

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Fur in Turkish
kürk, post, kürklü hayvan, dil pası, kireç tabakası (çaydanlık vb.) kürk ile kaplamak, kürk ile süslemek, kireç tabakası oluşturmak

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Fur in Italian
di pelliccia (Zool) pelo, pelame; pelliccia; (collett) animali da pelliccia; patina; gromma, incrostazione; gruma, tartaro foderare di pelliccia; impellicciare; incrostare, ingrommare; (Edil) rivestire

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Fur in French
de fourrure, fait de fourrure fourrure; tartre; couche mince sur la langue habiller de fourrure; couvrir de fourrure; attendre; couvrir

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Fur in German
pelzig; aus Pelz gemacht; Pelz- (waren u.s.w.) Pelz; Fell; Zungenbelag einen Pelz tragen; mit Fell ausstopfen; bedecken Achtelmeile (220 Yard, 201.168 Meter entsprechendes Längenmaß)

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Fur in Japanese
毛皮に関する; 毛皮のような; 毛皮製の 毛; 毛皮; 毛皮製品; 湯垢(やかんの内部に付着した鉱石の沈殿物など); 舌ごけ 毛皮を付ける; 毛皮でおおう; 毛皮を着せる; 当て木をする

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Fur in Hebrew
של פרווה; פרוותי; עשוי פרווה פרווה; אבנית; דוק על הלשון להלביש בפרווה; לרפד בפרווה; לצפות; לכסות

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Fur in Korean
모피의; 모피와 같은; 모피로 된 동물의 털; 모피로 만든 옷; 모피와 같은 것; 설태

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Fur in Swedish
päls-, gjord av päls päls; pälsfoder; tunt lager på tungan klä (kanta) med päls; pälsfodra; belägga [med päls]

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Fur in English
fur
\fur\ (fûr), n. [oe. furre, of. forre, fuerre, sheath, case, of german origin; cf. ohg. fuotar lining, case, g. futter; akin to icel. fō?r lining, goth. fōdr, scabbard; cf. skr. pātra vessel, dish. the german and icel. words also have the sense, fodder, but this was probably a different word originally. cf. fodder food, fother, v. t., forel, n.]
1. the short, fine, soft hair of certain animals, growing thick on the skin, and distinguished from the hair, which is longer and coarser.
2. the skins of certain wild animals with the fur; peltry; as, a cargo of furs.
3. strips of dressed skins with fur, used on garments for warmth or for ornament.
4. pl. articles of clothing made of fur; as, a set of furs for a lady (a collar, tippet, or cape, muff, etc.). wrapped up in my furs. w. montagu.
5. any coating considered as resembling fur; as: (a) a coat of morbid matter collected on the tongue in persons affected with fever. (b) the soft, downy covering on the skin of a peach. (c) the deposit formed on the interior of boilers and other vessels by hard water.
6. (her.) one of several patterns or diapers used as tinctures. there are nine in all, or, according to some writers, only six. --see tincture.
fur
\fur\ (?), a. of or pertaining to furs; bearing or made of fur; as, a fur cap; the fur trade.
fur
seal (zo?l.) one of several species of seals of the genera callorhinus and arclocephalus, inhabiting the north pacific and the antarctic oceans. they have a coat of fine and soft fur which is highly prized. the northern fur seal (callorhinus ursinus) breeds in vast numbers on the prybilov islands, off the coast of alaska; -- called also sea bear.
fur
\fur\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. furred (?); p. pr. & vb. n. furring.] 1. to line, face, or cover with fur; as, furred robes. "you fur your gloves with reason."
2. to cover with morbid matter, as the tongue.
3. (arch.) to nail small strips of board or larger scantling upon, in order to make a level surface for lathing or boarding, or to provide for a space or interval back of the plastered or boarded surface, as inside an outer wall, by way of protection against damp.
fur
n
1. the dressed hairy coat of a mammal [syn: pelt]


2. dense coat of fine silky hairs on an mammals e.g. cat or seal or weasel
3. a garment made of fur


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n. veD

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Fur is used in reference to the hair of animals, usually mammals, particularly those with extensive body hair coverage that is generally soft and thick (as opposed to the stiffer  bristles on, for example, pigs). The term "pelage" (French, from Middle French, from poil hair, from Old French peilss, from Latin pilus; first known use in English c. 1828.) is sometimes used to refer to the body hair of an animal as a complete coat. Fur is also used to refer to animal pelts which have been processed into leather with the hair still attached. The words fur or furry are also used, more casually, to refer to hair-like growths or formations, particularly when the subject being referred to exhibits a dense coat of fine, soft "hairs."

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Für is a Hungarian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
  • Anikó Für (born 1964), Hungarian actress
  • Emil Für, Hungarian artist
  • Lajos Für (1930–2013), Hungarian politician and historian

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Rúban is a village and municipality in the Nové Zámky District in the Nitra Region of south-west Slovakia.

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Fur is a language spoken in Sudan and Chad.
The language is: Fur

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Noun
1. the dressed hairy coat of a mammal
(synonym) pelt
(hypernym) animal skin
(hyponym) astrakhan
2. dense coat of fine silky hairs on mammals (e.g., cat or seal or weasel)
(hypernym) coat, pelage
(hyponym) undercoat, underfur
(part-meronym) guard hair
3. a garment made of fur
(hypernym) garment


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Failure Unsatisfactory Report

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N C
thief| robber; robber bee; the Devil (personified) (Souter)

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Ffwrw = n. soft hair, fur Pan = n. a pan, a bowl, a cup, n. down. fur; nap; fulling, adv. when, whence, since Panu = v. to fur; to full; to bang Saethflew = n. coarse hairs in fur

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Fear of fur or skins of animals

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(v. t.)
To nail small strips of board or larger scantling upon, in order to make a level surface for lathing or boarding, or to provide for a space or interval back of the plastered or boarded surface, as inside an outer wall, by way of protection against damp.
   (v. t.)
To line, face, or cover with fur; as, furred robes.
   (v. t.)
To cover with morbid matter, as the tongue.
   (n.)
The soft, downy covering on the skin of a peach.
   (n.)
The skins of certain wild animals with the fur; peltry; as, a cargo of furs.
   (n.)
The short, fine, soft hair of certain animals, growing thick on the skin, and distinguished from the hair, which is longer and coarser.
   (n.)
The deposit formed on the interior of boilers and other vessels by hard water.
   (n.)
Strips of dressed skins with fur, used on garments for warmth or for ornament.
   (n.)
One of several patterns or diapers used as tinctures. There are nine in all, or, according to some writers, only six.
   (n.)
Articles of clothing made of fur; as, a set of furs for a lady (a collar, tippet, or cape, muff, etc.).
   (n.)
Any coating considered as resembling fur
   (n.)
A coat of morbid matter collected on the tongue in persons affected with fever.
   (a.)
Of or pertaining to furs; bearing or made of fur; as, a fur cap; the fur trade.
  

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ausachya

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used when another has trouble trying to insert one object inside another, e.g. trying to screw a bolt into an awkward spot in a motor

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Fur in Greek
τρίχωμα, γούνα

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(Lex**) γούνα

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Ουσ. γούνα, τρίχωμαΡημ. γαρνίρω με γούνα//
καλύπτω με γούνα//
ασπρίζω (συν. για την γλώσσα),//
πιάνω ή καθαρίζω το πουρί

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τρίχωμα, γούνα

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Fur in Esperanto
n. felo, krusto


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alkrustigxi, alkrustigxo, felo, pelto

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Fur in Chinese (s)
Fura 富拉牌照相机

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[E] fur (n) [P] pele (f) [C] 毛皮

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Fur in Luxembourgish
nm - Pelz (pl. Pelzer)

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Fur in Interlingua
pelle pellicia

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Fur in Arabic

VT
يفرى ( يكسو بالفرو)
I
يتفرى
N
فرو ثوب مفرّى الطلاء ( مادة بيضاء تكسو اللسان ) = وبر او خمل النسيج

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اسْم : فرو . ثوبٌ مُفرَّى . الطِّلاء وهي مادَّة بيضاء مَرَضيّة تكسو اللّسان


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فُراوَة

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فُراوَة , فِراء


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ألاسم

فِرَاء ; فَرْو ; فَرْوَة


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Fur in Czech
201,17 m, osmina angl. míle

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Fur in Estonian
karusnahk; kasukas; karvkate

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Fur in Indonesian
bulu hewan halus untuk pakaian,kerak,lap keras pada lidah orang sakit

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bulu binatang
my child #06

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bulu binatang, bulu

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Fur in Spanish
piel

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piel [animal]

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capas de pelo oso marino

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(n.) = piel.
Ex: The article 'Furs, feathers and fins: recommended reading' presents a selected, annotated list of especially outstanding periodicals about pets is provided.
----
* fake fur = piel sintética.
* faux fur = piel sintética.
* fun fur = piel sintética.
* furball = bola de pelo.
* fur coat = abrigo de pieles.
* fur trade = comercio de pieles.
* fur trapper = cazador de pieles.


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piel, pelleja, incrustación

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Fur in Russian
№_1.: [n.]
1)
мех, шерсть, шкур(к)а
2) [обыкн. pl]пушнина, меха
3) [собир.] пушной зверь
~ and feather пушной зверь и дичь
hunt ~ зайцы
4) налёт (на языке больного)
5) накипь (на стенках сосуда)
осадок (в вине) {сочетание}
to make the ~ fly поднять шум, затеять ссору №_2.: [adj.] пушной №_3.: [v.]
1)
[только p.p.]опушать, подбивать мехом
2) покрываться накипью
3) счищать накипь
4) покрывать(ся) налётом (о языке больного)

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(n) мех

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шерсть, налет, накипь, мех, пушнина

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мех

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1. n. 1. мех 2. шерсть, шкура 3. собир. пушной зверь; fur and feather - пушной зверь и дичь 4. обыкн. pl. пушнина; меховые изделия 5. налет (на языке больного); накипь (в котле, трубах); осадок (в винных бочках) 6. attr. меховой; fur coat - (меховая) шуба; to make the fur fly - поднять бучу, затеять ссору 2. v. 1. подбивать или отделывать мехом 2. счищать накипь (в котле) (тж. fur up) The water here is so hard that all the pans fur up after a single use. 3. стр. обшивать рейками, дранью или досками = furlong n. фарлонг (мера длины)

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Fur in Dutch
aanzetten

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Fur in Portuguese
casaco de peles
Livros de IK

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PELES

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pele

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[arquitetura]
v. forrar; abr. de furlong e de furnace

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Fur in Norwegian
tungebelegg, pels

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Fur in Turkish
kürk

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kürk, post; dil pasi; kazantasi

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i. 1. kürk. 2. kürklü giysi, kürk. 3. (bazı yumuşak tüylü hayvanlara ait) tüyler: the cat´s fur kedinin tüyleri. 4. (çaydanlıkta/borularda oluşan) kireç.

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Dil pası.

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kürk; post

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i. 1. kürk. 2. kürklü giysi, kürk. 3. (bazı yumuşak tüylü hayvanlara ait) tüyler: the cat´s fur kedinin tüyleri. 4. (çaydanlıkta/borularda

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kürk

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Fur in Thai
nu. เฟอ (En.)
1. ขนสัตว์
2. เกล็ดบางสีขาวขุ่นที่จับอยู่ภายในหรือก้นของหม้อน้ำร้อน
1. (trick) อย่าสับสนกับ fir (ต้นสนชนิดหนึ่ง, ไม้สน)
1. (similar) คล้าย bristle, feather, hair, pelt, plumage, stubble, wool แต่ fur=ขนอันนุ่มหนาของสัตว์บางชนิด หรืออาจหมายถึงเสื้อผ้าที่ทำด้วยขนสัตว์ก็ได้ : The tiger in this cage has a lovely fur.= เสือที่อยู่ในกรงนี้มีขนน่ารักจัง ; We wear the fur when winter comes.= เราใส่เสื้อผ้าที่ทำด้วยขนสัตว์ เมื่อฤดูหนาวมาถึง

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(เฟอร์) n. หนังขนสัตว์ละเอียดนิ่มและหนา,สัตว์จำพวกที่มีขนยาวและนิ่ม

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ขนสัตว์อย่างยาวและนุ่ม,เกล็ดขาวที่จับอยู่ก้นกา,ฝ้าขาวที่จับลิ้น

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Fur in Vietnamese

[fə:]

◊ danh từ

▪ bộ lông mao, loài thú

▪ bộ da lông thú

◦ a fox fur : bộ da lông cáo

◊ định ngữ

▪ bằng da lông thú

◦ a fur coat : cái áo choàng bằng da lông thú

▪ (y học) tưa (lưỡi)

▪ cấn (nước), cặn, cáu (ở đáy ấm, đáy nồi)

▫ to makw the fur fly

▪ làm ầm ỹ, gây rối loạn

▪ rất chóng vánh, làm rất nhanh

◊ ngoại động từ

▪ lót da lông vào (áo), viền da lông vào (áo)

▪ mặc áo lông thú cho (ai)

▪ làm tưa (lưỡi)

▪ làm (nồi, ấm) đóng cáu

▪ cạo cáu ở (nồi, ấm...)

▪ ken phẳng (sàn gỗ)

◊ nội động từ

▪ tưa (lưỡi)

▪ đóng cáu (nồi, ấm)



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Fur in Italian
pelle, pelliccia

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Fur in Romanian
blana

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I. 1. blana ; piele (de animal)
2. crusta
3. fuliginozitati linguale
II. 1. a imblani , a captusi cu blana
2. a imbraca (pe cineva) intr-o blana
3. a acoperi (limba) cu fuliginozitati

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(piel) blană; (text) văl; pătură; (termo) crustă
  

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(animale cu) blana; a imblani

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blana

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Fur in Catalan
s pell | saburra

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Fur in Polish
futro, sierść

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skóra; sierśćskórzanynosić korzuch; pokryć korzuchem; przykryć

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Fur in French
fur1 [fM:(r)] n
(a)fourrure f; poil m (de lapin etc);
to line a garment with fur, doubler un vêtement de fourrure;
F to make the fur fly, (make a scene) faire une scène violente; (fight) se battre avec acharnement;
fur and feather, (in hunting) gibier m à poil et à plume;
furs, peaux fpl (d'animaux);
fur coat, manteau m de fourrure;
fur fabric, fourrure synthétique;
fur farm, élevage m d'animaux à fourrure;
fur-lined coat, manteau doublé de fourrure;
fur skins, pelleterie f;
fur trade, commerce m de fourrures, pelleterie;
(b)(deposit) (in bottles) dépôts mpl; (in kettle) tartre m; Med (on tongue) enduit m;
(c)Her fourrure f.

fur2 v (-rr-)
1vt entartrer, incruster (une chaudière etc); Med charger (la langue).
2vi = FUR UP.

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peau, fourrure

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Fur in Bulgarian
вълна; кожа; козина;

Dictionary source: English-Bulgarian Dictionary
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[f@:] n 1. кожа (с козината); 2. вълна, козина; 3. сьбир. животни{2} [f@:] v (-rr-) 1. гарнирам/подплатявам с кожа; 2. тех. правя/

Dictionary source: English Bulgarian Dictionary (fro Terry)
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[fъ:] n 1. кожа (с козината); 2. вълна, козина; 3. сьбир. животни с козина/вълна; ~ and feather дивеч за ловуване; 4. кожена дреха/палто/подплата; 5. обложеност, "бяло" (на езика); 6. тех. котлен камък; накип (на винени бьчви и пр.), to make the ~ fly 1) карам се/бия се, та хвърчи перушина; 2) създавам раздори. [fъ:] v (-rr-) 1. гарнирам/подплатявам с кожа; 2. тех. правя/образувам котлен камък/накип (и с uр); 3. ставам обложен/бял (за език); 4. стр. обшивам (стена) с летви (преди измазване).

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Fur in Croatian
krzno

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Furski jezik

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dlaka

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Fur in German
Pelz

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Fur in Danish
skind, pels

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Fur in Persian
خز، جامه‌ خزدار، پوستين‌، خزدار كردن‌، خز دوختن‌ به‌،باردار شدن‌ (زبان‌)

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پوستين، باردارشدن(زبان)، جامه خزدار، خز، خزدوختن به، خزداركردن

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جامه خزدار،پوستين ،خزدار کردن ،خز دوختن به ،باردار شدن( زبان)
 کلمات مرتبط(6)  کلمات مرتبط(fur):



بازگشت به واژه fur


fur and feather 
fur coat 
 fur king 
fur ruff 
 fur seal 
to hunt fur 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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خز، جامه‌ خزدار ، پوستين‌ ، خزدار كردن‌ ، خز دوختن‌ب به‌ ، باردار شدن‌ ) زبان‌ (

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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( ِ‘“¥ ) ِ¢ھ ¤گ¢¤‘“ ٹ ù“ “ِ—،ّ¢ ¥، ٹ ِ¢¤î ¤گ¢¥، ٹ ِ‏—¨ّ• ٹ ¤گ¢¥، ùُ‘› ٹ¥،

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.1)
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Fur in Finnish
turkis, talja

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Fur in Hungarian
lepedékessé válik, prémmel díszít, prémmel bélel

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bunda; kazánkő; lepedék; prém; seprő; szőr; szőrme; szőrzet; vízkő; üledék

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szôr,bunda

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Fur in Serbian
Krzno-Dlaka

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Fur in Albanian
lesh, qime

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Fur in Mongolian
n. 1. ангийн їс, арьс. 2. їс, арьс. 3. їстэй дээл. 4. єнгєр. furred adj. єнгєртэй, єнгєр тогтсон. furry adj. (-ier, -iest) їслэг.

Dictionary source: Temuka's English-Mongolian Dictionary
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ангийн үс, арьс, үс арьс, үслэг, хэлний өнгөр, өнгөр суух, нитгэл, тунадас, нитгэлэх,үс ангийн

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Fur in Swedish
päls

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Fur in Urdu
n. paSHm/samuur

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n.
1. hair of certain animals چھوٹے مہين ملائم بال- پشم- رواں
2. the skins of certain wild animals پوستين- سمور
3. any coating خار يا کانٹے جو بخار ميں زبان پرپڑ جاتے ہيں- رواں
v. a.
1. cover with fur سمور يا بال لگانا- پشم يا بال جمانا
2. cover with morbid matter as a tongue زبان پر خار ڈالنا يا بلغم پيدا کرنا


Dictionary source: English-Urdu Dictionary v0.91b
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Fur in Slovak
kožuh, krzno, kotlovec, obloga

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Fur in Ukrainian
(n) хутро (a) хутряний

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