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bolt

noun /boult/
a bar to fasten a door etc
pestillo
We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.
a round bar of metal, often with a screw thread for a nut
tornillo
nuts and bolts.
a flash of lightning.
rayo
He was struck by a lightning bolt.
a roll (of cloth)
rollo
a bolt of silk.
bolt(-)upright adverb absolutely upright
erecto, vertical
She sat bolt upright in the chair, with her back very straight.
a bolt from the blue noun a sudden, unexpected happening
golpe/suceso inesperado
His resignation was a bolt from the blue.
(Definition of bolt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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