chestnut

chestnut
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I. 1. кестен (плод)
CHESTNUTwood кестеново дърво (като материал)
2. horse-chestnut
3. червеникаво-кафяв/кестеняв цвят
4. червеникаво-кафяв/дорест кон
5. изпъкналост от вътрешната страна на крака на кон
6. стар/изтъркан виц/анекдот
II. a червеникаво-кафяв, жълтеникаво-кафяв, шатен, дорест
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{'tJesriAt} n 1. кестен (плод)chestnutwood кестеново дърво (като(2) а червеникаво-кафяв; жълтеникаво-кафяв; шатен; дорест
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дорест; кестеняв; кестен;
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1. chestnutwood кестеново дърво (като материал) 2. horse-chestnut 3. i. кестен (плод) 4. ii. a червеникаво-кафяв, жълтеникаво-кафяв, шатен, дорест 5. изпъкналост от вътрешната страна на крака на кон 6. стар/изтъркан виц/анекдот 7. червеникаво-кафяв/дорест кон 8. червеникаво-кафяв/кестеняв цвят
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chestnut[´tʃestnʌt] I. n 1. кестен (и Spanish sweet \chestnut); horse \chestnut див кестен; an old (hoary) \chestnut изтъркана история, стар виц; to pull s.o.'s (the) \chestnuts out of the fire вадя кестените от огъня, служа за маша на; 2. дорест кон; 3. изпъкналост над копитото на кон (от вътрешната страна); 4. стар виц; II. adj 1. кестеняв, шатен; 2. дорест.

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