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Translation of "dial" - English-Spanish dictionary

dial

noun   /daɪ·əl/
a round part on a clock or piece of equipment that shows you the time or other measurement esfera, dial
verb   /daɪ·əl/ ( present participle UK dialling or US dialing, past tense and past participle UK dialled or US dialed)
B1 to make a phone call to a particular number marcar Dial 0 for the operator. He dialled the emergency number.
(Definition of dial from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dial

noun /ˈdaiəl/
the face of a watch or clock esfera, carátula My watch has a dial you can see in the dark.
the turning disc over the numbers on a telephone. disco, dial
any disc etc bearing numbers etc used to give information dial Just turn the dial to increase the volume. the dial on a radio.
(Definition of dial from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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