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besom
American English: /ˈbizəm/
British English: /ˈbiːz(ə)m/
, /ˈbɪz(ə)m/

Translation of besom in Spanish:

noun

  • escobón (masculine)
    (escoba hecha de ramas)
    Example sentences
    • Players have brooms, known as besoms, to sweep the ice clear of snow or debris so that nothing slows the passage of the stones.
    • One Dorset broom maker was even making a special version of his household besom broom for the younger visitors - a Nimbus 2000, guaranteed to attract all Harry Potter fans!
    • He followed this by sitting down and making a besom - a brush made from birch twigs.

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