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chalk US English

A soft white limestone (calcium carbonate) formed from the skeletal remains of sea creatures

chalk pit US English

A quarry from which chalk is extracted

chalk talk US English

A talk or lecture in which the speaker uses blackboard and chalk

chalk white US English

A shade of white resembling chalk

chalk-stripe US English

(Of a garment or material) having a pattern of thin white stripes on a dark background

French chalk US English

Talc used for marking cloth and removing grease and, in powder form, as a dry lubricant

chalk something out in chalk US English

Sketch or plan something

chalk something up in chalk US English

Achieve something noteworthy

tailor's chalk US English

Hard chalk or soapstone used in tailoring and dressmaking for marking fabric

chalk something up US English

Achieve something noteworthy

chalk something out US English

Sketch or plan something

chalkface US English

The day-to-day work of teaching in a school

as different as chalk and cheese in chalk US English

Fundamentally different or incompatible

as different as chalk and cheese US English

Fundamentally different or incompatible

chalkstone US English

A chalky deposit of sodium urate formed in the hands and feet of sufferers from severe gout

chalk US Thesaurus

he has chalked up another success

chalk English-Spanish

creta f, caliza f

French chalk English-Spanish

jaboncillo m, jabón

chalk up English-Spanish

escribir*, anotar

tailor's chalk in tailor English-Spanish

jaboncillo m, jabón

to chalk sth up to sb English-Spanish

anotar algo en la cuenta de algn

chalk and talk BrE in chalk English-Spanish

enseñanzacon profesor y pizarra