Definition of 'crayon'
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Example sentences containing 'crayon'
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There is lots of pencil and crayon activity. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Choose an eye pencil or crayon rather than a liquid liner because it's easier to smudge. The Sun (2009)You've got the red crayon? Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'crayon'
British English: crayon /ˈkreɪən; -ɒn/ NOUN
A crayon is a rod of coloured wax used for drawing.
- American English: crayon
- Arabic: قَلَم مُلَوَّن
- Brazilian Portuguese: giz de cera
- Chinese: 蜡笔
- Croatian: kreda u boji
- Czech: pastelka
- Danish: farvekridt
- Dutch: kleurpotlood
- European Spanish: lápiz de color
- Finnish: väriliitu
- French: crayon de couleur
- German: Wachsmalstift
- Greek: κραγιόνι
- Italian: pastello
- Japanese: クレヨン
- Korean: 크레용
- Norwegian: fargestift
- Polish: kredka
- European Portuguese: lápis de cera
- Romanian: creion colorat
- Russian: цветной карандаш
- Spanish: lápiz de color
- Swedish: krita färgkrita
- Thai: ดินสอสี
- Turkish: mum boya
- Ukrainian: пастель
- Vietnamese: bút chì màu
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