English to Spanish Meaning :: scabbard

Scabbard :
vaina
vaina
vainavainas
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Noun(1) a sheath for a sword or dagger or bayonet

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(1) The dagger, the scabbard , even the missing sword had belonged to her mother.(2) Stopping abruptly, he picked up the scabbard and sheathed the sword, before he lost himself again.(3) The man with the brown hair had a small wooden shield strapped to his back and a short sword at his side in a leather scabbard .(4) The scabbard was leather, with white metal designs of dragons breathing flame imprinted on to it.(5) With a swift smooth move, one of the figures slid his sword out of the scabbard , and swung the blade at the drunk.(6) Light flashed across the blade as he pulled his sword from the scabbard .(7) He sheathed his dagger into a scabbard he kept under his pillow, and looked around, embarrassed.(8) She would have looked like the perfect Lady had it not been for the heavy black leather scabbard and sword belt that encircled a slender waist.(9) a ceremonial sword hung at his side in a gilded scabbard(10) She unwrapped the leather covering to reveal a dagger in a scabbard .(11) The man bore dusky skin, dark brown hair with a long, thick ponytail, and an impressive broad sword sheathed within the scabbard upon his back.(12) And he saw the unmistakable hilt of a finely crafted sword protruding from the scabbard on the belt of a tall, golden-haired elf.(13) She produced a short dagger in a leather scabbard that tied to the belt.(14) The sword was sheathed in a leather scabbard trimmed in silver.(15) Stoically he reached over his shoulder and drew his sword from its scabbard , slicing it through the air and holding it out to the side.(16) He had on a brown leather belt, a dagger in a scabbard hung on the belt, together with a scabbard for his sword and his feet were encased in brown leather boots.
Synonyms
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1. sheath ::
vaina
2. holster ::
funda
3. casing ::
caja
4. case ::
caso
5. scabbard ::
vaina
6. congruity ::
congruencia
7. cell ::
celda
8. vagina ::
vagina
9. sac ::
saco
10. glossary ::
glosario
11. container ::
envase
Different Forms
scabbard, scabbards
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