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Translation of "ambulance" - English-Spanish dictionary

ambulance

noun   /ˈæm·bjə·ləns/
A2 a vehicle that takes people to hospital when they are sick or hurt ambulancia
(Definition of ambulance from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ambulance

noun /ˈӕmbjuləns/
a vehicle for carrying the sick and injured to hospital etc ambulancia They had to call an ambulance.
ambulance ends in -ance (not -ence).
(Definition of ambulance from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ambulance”
in Korean 구급차…
in Arabic سَيّارة الإسْعاف…
in Malaysian kereta ambulan…
in French ambulance…
in Russian машина скорой помощи…
in Chinese (Traditional) 救護車…
in Italian ambulanza…
in Turkish cankurtaran, acil hasta taşıma aracı, ambulans…
in Polish karetka…
in Vietnamese xe cấp cứu…
in Portuguese ambulância…
in Thai รถพยาบาล…
in German der Krankenwagen…
in Catalan ambulància…
in Japanese 救急車…
in Chinese (Simplified) 救护车…
in Indonesian ambulans…
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