screw noun (METAL OBJECT) translate to Traditional Chinese Cambridge dictionaries logo

Translation of "screw" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

screw

noun [C] (METAL OBJECT) 金屬物體     /skruː/
a thin pointed piece of metal with a raised edge twisting round along its length and a flat top with a cut in it, which is used to join things together, especially pieces of wood 螺絲(釘) Nuts, bolts and screws a twist or turn made to fasten or tighten something 扭緊,旋緊,擰緊 Give it another screw to make sure the lid doesn't come off while we're travelling. 把蓋子再擰緊一點,那麼我們在路上的時候蓋子就不會掉落。 Nuts, bolts and screws
Translations of “screw”
in Arabic بُرْغي…
in Korean 나사…
in Malaysian skru, memutar skru…
in French vis, tour de vis…
in Turkish vida…
in Italian vite…
in Russian винт, шуруп…
in Polish śruba, wkręt…
in Vietnamese đinh vít, sự xiết con vít…
in Spanish tornillo, vuelta…
in Portuguese parafuso…
in Thai ตะปูควง, สลักเกลียว…
in German die Schraube, das Anziehen…
in Catalan caragol…
in Japanese ねじ, ねじくぎ…
in Indonesian sekrup, menyekrup…
in Chinese (Simplified) 金属物体, 螺丝(钉), 扭转,旋转…
(Definition of screw noun (METAL OBJECT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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