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baton

noun /ˈbӕton, (American) bӕˈtaːn/
a short, heavy stick, carried by a policeman as a weapon
bastón
The riot police used batons to drive back the angry crowd.
a light, slender stick used when conducting an orchestra or choir
batuta
The conductor raised his baton.
(Definition of baton from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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