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ash1 British & World English

The powdery residue left after the burning of a substance

ash2 British & World English

A tree with compound leaves, winged fruits, and hard pale timber, widely distributed throughout north temperate regions

ash British & World English

A tree with compound leaves, winged fruits, and hard pale timber, widely distributed throughout north temperate regions

ASH British & World English

(In the UK) Action on Smoking and Health

ashes in ash1 British & World English

The powdery residue left after the burning of a substance

ash tree in ash2 British & World English

A tree with compound leaves, winged fruits, and hard pale timber, widely distributed throughout north temperate regions

ash key British & World English

The winged fruit of an ash tree, growing in clusters resembling bunches of keys

ash pan British & World English

A tray fitted beneath a grate in which ashes can be collected and removed

fly ash British & World English

Ash produced in small dark flecks by the burning of powdered coal or other materials and carried into the air

bone ash British & World English

The mineral residue of calcined bones

pearl ash British & World English

Commercial potassium carbonate

soda ash British & World English

Commercially manufactured anhydrous sodium carbonate

manna ash British & World English

An ash tree which exudes a sweet edible gum (manna) from its branches when they are damaged, native to southern Europe and SW Asia

ash blonde British & World English

(Of a person’s hair) very pale blonde

ash dieback British & World English

A serious fungal disease of the European ash, characterized by the progressive death of the tree’s branches

prickly ash British & World English

A spiny North American shrub or tree with prickly branches and bark that can be used medicinally

Ash Shariqah British & World English

Arabic name for Sharjah.

Ash Wednesday British & World English

The first day of Lent in the Western Christian Church, marked by services of penitence

mountain ash British & World English

A small deciduous tree of the rose family, with compound leaves, white flowers, and red berries

Tarabulus ash-Sham British & World English

Arabic name for Tripoli222.

ash blond in ash blonde British & World English

(Of a person’s hair) very pale blonde

common or European ash in ash2 British & World English

A tree with compound leaves, winged fruits, and hard pale timber, widely distributed throughout north temperate regions

mountain ash in ash2 British & World English

Used in names of trees unrelated to the ash but with similar leaves, e.g. mountain ash

ash New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Old English runic letter, ᚫ, represented by the symbol æ or Æ

ash English Thesaurus

the fire had gone, leaving only ash

ash English-Spanish

ceniza feminine

ASH English-Spanish

organización anti-tabaco

ash blond English-Spanish

rubio ceniza invariable adjective/adjetivo invariable

ash blonde New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attrib.)

ash dieback English-Spanish

acronecrosis

ash blonde in ash blond English-Spanish

rubio ceniza invariable adjective/adjetivo invariable

ash (tree) in ash English-Spanish

fresno masculine

cigarette ash in cigarette English-Spanish

ceniza feminine (de cigarrillo)

she's ash-blonde in ash blond English-Spanish

tiene el pelo rubio ceniza

the rowan is not a true ash in true English-Spanish

el serbal no es un auténtico

she blew the ash onto the floor in blow English-Spanish

sopló y echó la ceniza al suelo

he flicked the ash off his lapel in flick English-Spanish

se sacudió la ceniza de la solapa

the volcano showered ash on the town in shower English-Spanish

el volcán regó la ciudad de cenizas, el volcán arrojó cenizas sobre la ciudad


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