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Spanish translation of “hammer”

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hammer

noun /ˈhӕmə/
a tool with a heavy usually metal head, used for driving nails into wood, breaking hard substances etc
martillo
He accidentally hit his thumb with the hammer a joiner’s hammer.
the part of a bell, piano, clock etc that hits against some other part, so making a noise.
macillo
in sport, a metal ball on a long steel handle for throwing.
martillo
give (someone) a hammering to hammer (= beat) (a person)
dar una paliza
His father gave him a hammering for stealing.
hammer home to make great efforts to make a person realize
insistir en algo
We’ll have to hammer home to them the importance of secrecy.
hammer out phrasal verb to produce (an agreement etc) with a great deal of effort and discussion
lograr/conseguir (trabajosamente)
After several days of negotiations, they eventually hammered out a deal.
Translations of “hammer”
in Korean 망치…
in Arabic مِطْرَقة…
in French marteau…
in Italian martello…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鎚,鐵鎚…
in Russian молоток…
in Turkish çekiç…
in Polish młotek…
in Portuguese martelo…
in German der Hammer, der Klöppel, der Wurfhammer…
in Catalan martell…
in Japanese 金づち, ハンマー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 锤子,榔头…
(Definition of hammer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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