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Spanish translation of “battery”

battery

noun /ˈbӕtəri/ (plural batteries)
a series of two or more electric cells arranged to produce, or store, a current
pila, batería
a torch/flashlight battery I need to change the batteries in this clock.
a group of large guns (and the people manning them)
batería
an artillery battery.
a long series
retahíla
a battery of questions.
an arrangement of cages in which laying hens etc are kept
criadero
(also adjective) a battery hen.
(Definition of battery from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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