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flag

noun /flӕɡ/
a piece of cloth with a particular design representing a country, party, association etc
bandera
The flag was flapping in the wind the French flag.
flag-pole / flagstaff noun the pole on which a flag is hung.
asta
flag down phrasal verb ( past tense, past participle flagged down) to wave at (a car etc) in order to make it stop
hacer señales
We flagged down a taxi.
Translations of “flag”
in Arabic عَلَم, رَاية…
in Korean 기…
in Malaysian bendera…
in French drapeau…
in Turkish bayrak…
in Italian bandiera…
in Chinese (Traditional) 象徵, 旗…
in Russian флаг…
in Polish flaga…
in Vietnamese cờ…
in Portuguese bandeira…
in Thai ธง…
in German die Fahne…
in Catalan bandera…
in Japanese 旗…
in Indonesian bendera…
in Chinese (Simplified) 象征, 旗…
(Definition of flag from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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