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brush – Wiktionary

brush - Wiktionary
  • Afrikaans: borsel
  • Albanian: furçë (sq) f
  • Arabic: فُرْشَاة‎ f (furšāh)
  • Armenian: խոզանակ (hy) (xozanak), վրձին (hy) (vrjin) (for portray)
  • Assamese: তুলি (tuli), বুৰুজ (buruz), ব্ৰাচ (bras)
  • Azerbaijani: fırça (az), şotka
  • Bavarian: Bembsl m
  • Belarusian: шчо́тка f (ščótka), пэ́ндзаль m (péndzalʹ)
  • Bengali: ব্রাশ (braś)
  • Breton: broust (br) m
  • Bulgarian: че́тка (bg) f (čétka)
  • Burmese: ဝက်မှင်ဘီး (my) (wakhmangbhi:), စုတ် (my) (minimize) (for portray)
  • Catalan: raspall (ca) m
  • Central Dusun: burus
  • Chinese language:
    Cantonese: (caat3-2)
    Mandarin: 刷子 (zh) (shuāzi),  (zh) (shuā),  (zh),  (zh) () (writing brush)
  • Czech: štětec m (portray), štětka (cs) f (portray), kartáč m (cleansing)
  • Danish: børste (da) c
  • Dutch: borstel (nl) m; (paint-) verfborstel; (hair-) haarborstel; (tooth-) tandenborstel
  • Esperanto: broso
  • Estonian: hari (et), pintsel (for portray)
  • Faroese: bust f
  • Finnish: harja (fi) (for cleansing, hair), sivellin (fi) (for portray); suka (fi), suti (fi)
  • French: brosse (fr) f
  • Galician: brocha (gl) f, brus m, brusa f, piaxá m,
  • Georgian: ჯაგრისი (ǯagrisi), ფუნჯი (ka) (punǯi), ყალამი (ka) (q̇alami)
  • German: Bürste (de) f; (paint-) Pinsel (de) m
  • Greek: βούρτσα (el) f (voúrtsa), πινέλο (el) n (pinélo)
  • Greenlandic: børsti
  • Hebrew: מִבְרֶשֶׁת (he) f (mivréshet)
  • Hindi: ब्रश (hello) (braś), बुरुश (hello) m (buruś), झाड़ू (hello) m (jhāṛū) (broom)
  • Hungarian: kefe (hu), seprű (hu); (paint-) ecset (hu)
  • Icelandic: (paint-) pensill (is) m (hair-) bursti (is) m, hárbursti (is) m (“tooth-“) tannbursti (is) m
  • Ido: pinselo (io) (portray), brosilo (io) (cleansing)
  • Indonesian: sikat (id)
  • Italian: spazzola (it) f, pennello (it) m
  • Japanese: 刷子 (ja) (さっし, sasshi, はけ, hake), ブラシ (burashi),  (ja) (ふで, fude) (writing brush)
  • Kazakh: қылшақ (qılşaq), щетка (şşetka)
  • Khmer: សោធនី (km) (saothĕəʼnii)
  • Korean:  (ko) (sol), 브러시 (beureosi), (however) (writing brush),  (ko) (pil) (writing brush)
  • Kurdish:
    Central Kurdish: فرچە (ku) (firçe)
    Northern Kurdish: firçe (ku) f, havlêk (ku) f, rînek (ku) f
  • Kyrgyz: щетка (ky) (şçetka)
  • Lao: ຟອຍ (fǭi), ຟອຽ (fǭi)
  • Latgalian: (cleansing) suseklis, (paint-) tepeklis
  • Latvian: suka (lv) f, (paint-) ota
  • Lithuanian: šepetys (lt) m, (for portray) teptukas m
  • Luxembourgish: Biischt f
  • Macedonian: четка f (četka)
  • Malay: berus
  • Mongolian: сойз (mn) (sojz), бийр (mn) (bijr) (for portray), багс (mn) (luggage)
  • Navajo: bee alzhóhí, béʼézhóóʼ (hairbrush), ééʼ bee yilzhóhí (garments brush), bee adleeshí (paintbrush), ké bee yilzhóhí (shoe brush)
  • Norwegian:
    Bokmål: børste (no) m
  • Novial: brose
  • Persian: برس (fa) (boros), شت (fa) (šot) (portray), فرچه (fa) (ferče) (cleansing)
  • Plautdietsch: (for brushing hair) Barscht f
  • Polish: szczotka (pl) f, pędzel (pl) m
  • Portuguese: brocha (pt) f (for portray), escova (pt) f (for hair or cleanliness), pincel (pt) m
  • Romanian: perie (ro) f; (paint-) pensulă (ro) f
  • Russian: щётка (ru) f (ščótka), кисть (ru) f (kistʹ) (for portray)
  • Scottish Gaelic: sguab f
  • Serbo-Croatian:
    Cyrillic: четка f, четкица f, кист m, кичица f
    Roman: četka (sh) f, četkica (sh) f, kist (sh) m, kičica (sh) f
  • Slovak: kefa f, kefka, štetec, štetka
  • Slovene: krtača (sl) f, čopič (sl) m
  • Spanish: pincel (es) m, cepillo (es) m, escobilla (es) f, brocha (es) f
  • Swahili: burashi, brashi (sw)
  • Swedish: borste (sv) c, pensel (sv) c
  • Tagalog: sipilyo, pinsel
  • Tajik: чӯтка (tg) (čütka)
  • Telugu: కుంచె (te) (kuñce) (for portray)
  • Thai: แปรง (th) (bprɛɛng)
  • Tibetan: ཕག་འདོ (phag ‘do)
  • Turkish: fırça (tr)
  • Turkmen: çotga
  • Ukrainian: щі́тка f (ščítka), пе́нзель m (pénzelʹ)
  • Urdu: برش(braś)
  • Uzbek: choʻtka (uz)
  • Vietnamese: bàn chải (vi), bút lông (vi) (writing brush)
  • Volapük: kef (vo), svipül, (paint) pensit (vo), (wire) dratakef, frotakef, glimükamakef, (shoe) jukikef, lavädakef, lekluinakef, leröbakef, miotakef, (tooth) tutikef (vo), veluvakef, (hair) heremikef (vo)

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