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Translation of "gun" - English-Spanish dictionary

gun

noun   /ɡʌn/
B1 a weapon that you fire bullets out of pistola, escopeta
(Definition of gun from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

gun

noun /ɡan/
any weapon which fires bullets or shells arma de fuego; pistola He fired a gun at the burglar.
gunboat noun
a small warship with large guns. cañonera
gunfire noun
the firing of guns tiro, tiroteo, fuego I could hear the sound of gunfire in the distance.
gunman noun ( plural gunmen)
a criminal who uses a gun to kill or rob people pistolero Three gunmen robbed the bank.
gunpowder noun
an explosive in the form of a powder. pólvora
gunshot noun
the sound of a gun firing disparo, tiro, cañonazo, escopetazo I heard a gunshot and a man dropped dead.
stick to one’s guns
to hold to one’s position in an argument etc mantenerse en sus trece No-one believed her story, but she stuck to her guns.
(Definition of gun from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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