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Spanish translation of “bullet”

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)
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