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Translation of "cable car" - English-Spanish dictionary

cable car

noun  
a vehicle that hangs from and is moved by a cable and transports people up steep slopes a vehicle that hangs from and is moved by a thick strong wire and transports people up steep slopes teleférico 16771676
US a vehicle on a cable railway funicular 16771676
(Definition of cable car from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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