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Translation of "bullet" - English-Spanish dictionary

bullet

noun   /ˈbʊl·ɪt/
a small metal object that is fired from a gun bala
bite the bullet
to make yourself do something or accept something difficult or unpleasant hacer de tripas corazón I’m going to bite the bullet and ask my boss for a pay rise.
(Definition of bullet from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bullet

noun /ˈbulit/
a piece of metal etc fired from certain hand guns bala machine-gun bullets.
bullet point noun
a circle, square, or other shape that is printed in front of each item in a list so as to emphasize it Viñetas / Punto a Punto Word-processors can automatically insert bullet points when you make a list.
an item in a list which has a circle, square, or other shape printed in front of it so as to emphasize it Marca
bulletproof adjective
that can stop bullets from penetrating it antibalas bulletproof glass.
bulletproof vest noun
a sleeveless jacket for protecting the body from bullets chaleco antibalas The police officers will be issued with bulletproof vests.
(Definition of bullet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “bullet”
in Korean 총알…
in Arabic رَصاصة…
in Malaysian peluru…
in French balle…
in Russian пуля…
in Chinese (Traditional) 子彈, 專案符號(通常為小黑圓點)…
in Italian pallottola, proiettile…
in Turkish mermi, kurşun…
in Polish kula…
in Vietnamese đạn…
in Portuguese bala…
in Thai กระสุนปืน…
in German die Gewehrkugel…
in Catalan bala…
in Japanese 銃弾, 弾丸…
in Chinese (Simplified) 子弹, 项目符号(通常为小黑圆点)…
in Indonesian peluru…
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