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teak
American English: /tik/
British English: /tiːk/

Translation of teak in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • Gone are the days when valuable timber like rosewood and teak were considered predominant for construction works and furniture making.
    • Designed to blend in with the natural environment, this kind of outdoor furniture is usually constructed from hardy, durable woods like teak or redwood.
    • With evidence like that, it's not at all hard to see why teak is commonly used in the construction, shipbuilding, and outdoor furniture industry.

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