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Translation of "helicopter" - English-Spanish dictionary

helicopter

noun   /ˈhel·ɪ·kɒp·tər/
A2 a plane that flies using long, thin parts on top of it that turn around very fast helicóptero
(Definition of helicopter from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

helicopter

noun /ˈhelikoptə/
a flying-machine kept in the air by large propellers fixed on top of it which go round very fast. helicóptero
(Definition of helicopter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “helicopter”
in Korean 헬리콥터…
in Arabic طائِرة مِرْوَحِيّة…
in Malaysian helikopter…
in French hélicoptère…
in Russian вертолет…
in Chinese (Traditional) 直升機…
in Italian elicottero…
in Turkish helikopter…
in Polish helikopter, śmigłowiec…
in Vietnamese trực thăng…
in Portuguese helicóptero…
in Thai เฮลิคอปเตอร์…
in German der Hubschrauber…
in Catalan helicòpter…
in Japanese ヘリコプター…
in Chinese (Simplified) 直升机…
in Indonesian helikopter…
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