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dart

noun /daːt/
a pointed arrow-like weapon for throwing or shooting
dardo, flechilla
a poisoned dart.
a sudden and quick movement
movimiento rápido
The cat made a quick dart across the road.
darts noun singular a game in which darts are thrown at a board (dart board) which has a series of numbers on it by which one scores
dardos
a game of darts (also adjective) a darts match.
Translations of “dart”
in Korean 다트…
in Arabic سَهم…
in French dard, élan…
in Italian dardo, freccetta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 武器, 鏢,飛鏢…
in Russian дротик…
in Turkish bir silah olarak ya da dart oyununda kullanılan küçük oklar…
in Polish strzałka…
in Portuguese dardo…
in German der Pfeil, der Satz…
in Catalan dard…
in Japanese 投げ矢…
in Chinese (Simplified) 武器, 镖,飞镖…
(Definition of dart from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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