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Translation of "dart" - English-Spanish dictionary

dart

verb   /dɑːt/
to move somewhere quickly and suddenly correr como un rayo A cat darted across the street.
noun   /dɑːt/
a small arrow used in the game of darts or as a weapon dardo a tranquillizer dart
darts [no plural]
a game played by throwing small arrows at a round board dardos
(Definition of dart from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of dart from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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