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Translation of "balloon" - English-Spanish dictionary

balloon

noun   /bəˈluːn/
A2 a thin rubber thing that you blow air into or fill with light gas until it is round, used as a decoration or a toy globo
verb   /bəˈluːn/
to suddenly become much larger hincharse, aumentar I ballooned to 14 stone when I had my second baby.
(Definition of balloon from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

balloon

noun /bəˈluːn/
a large bag, made of light material and filled with a gas lighter than air globo They decorated the dancehall with balloons Could you help me blow up these balloons?
(Definition of balloon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “balloon”
in Korean 풍선…
in Arabic بالون, مِنْطاد…
in Malaysian belon…
in French ballon…
in Russian воздушный шар…
in Chinese (Traditional) 氣球, 熱氣球, (漫畫中的)話泡泡…
in Italian palloncino…
in Turkish balon…
in Polish balonik, balon…
in Vietnamese kinh khí cầu…
in Portuguese balão…
in Thai ลูกโป่ง, ลูกบอลลูน…
in German der Luftballon…
in Catalan globus…
in Japanese ふうせん…
in Chinese (Simplified) 气球, 热气球, (漫画中的)话泡泡…
in Indonesian balon…
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