(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
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ash ['æʃ] n
1) : ceniza f
to reduce to ashes: reducir a cenizas
2) : fresno m (árbol)
ceniza s.f.
fresno s.m.
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

I [æʃ]
1. N
1) (also: ash tree) fresno m
2) (=wood) (madera f de) fresno m
ADJ de madera de fresno

a black ash table — una mesa negra (de madera) de fresno

II [æʃ]
N (from fire, cigarette) ceniza f

ashes — (gen, mortal remains) cenizas fpl

to burn or reduce sth to ashes — reducir algo a cenizas

ashes to ashes, dust to dust — (Rel) las cenizas a las cenizas, el polvo al polvo

the Ashes — (Cricket) trofeo de los partidos de críquet Australia-Inglaterra

- rise out of the ashes of sth

ash bin, ash can (US) N — cubo m or (LAm) bote m or (LAm) tarro m de la basura

Ash Wednesday N — miércoles m inv de Ceniza

ash blonde
* * *
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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