ASH

ASH
æʃ
noun
(the dust etc that remains after anything is burnt: cigarette ash; the ashes of the bonfire.) ceniza
- ashes
- ashtray

ash n
1. ceniza
don't drop your ash on the floor no dejes caer la ceniza en el suelo
2. fresno
an ash tree un fresno
El plural de ash se escribe ashes
ASH
tr[æʃ]
abbreviation
1 SMALLBRITISH ENGLISH/SMALL (Action on Smoking and Health) organización anti-tabaco
ash ['æʃ] n
1) : ceniza f
to reduce to ashes: reducir a cenizas
2) : fresno m (árbol)
ash
n.
ceniza s.f.
fresno s.m.
æʃ
noun
1) (often pl) ceniza f

to rise from the ashes — (liter) renacer* de las cenizas (liter)

ashes to ashes, dust to dust — polvo eres y en polvo te convertirás

2) ashes pl (cremated remains) cenizas fpl
3) c ash (tree) fresno m
[æʃ]
N ABBR (Brit) = Action on Smoking and Health
* * *
[æʃ]
noun
1) (often pl) ceniza f

to rise from the ashes — (liter) renacer* de las cenizas (liter)

ashes to ashes, dust to dust — polvo eres y en polvo te convertirás

2) ashes pl (cremated remains) cenizas fpl
3) c ash (tree) fresno m

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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