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Translation of "flipper" - English-Spanish dictionary

flipper

noun   /ˈflɪp.ər/
one of two parts like arms on the bodies of some sea creatures, such as seals and penguins, used for swimming aleta 2189
( US also fin) a type of large, flat rubber shoe used for swimming, especially underwater aleta 380401
(Definition of flipper from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

flipper

noun /ˈflipə/
a limb for swimming, especially of a seal, walrus etc. aleta
a kind of rubber or plastic shoe, worn when swimming, which is shaped like the flipper of a seal etc aleta a pair of flippers.
(Definition of flipper from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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