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Translation of "helmet" - English-Spanish dictionary

helmet

noun   /ˈhel·mət/
a hard hat that protects your head casco a cycling helmet
(Definition of helmet from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

helmet

noun /ˈhelmit/
a metal, leather etc covering to protect the head casco a safety helmet Soldiers wear helmets when fighting It is compulsory for motorcyclists to wear helmets.
(Definition of helmet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “helmet”
in Korean 헬멧…
in Arabic خُوذة…
in Malaysian topi…
in French casque…
in Russian шлем…
in Chinese (Traditional) 頭盔,安全帽…
in Italian casco…
in Turkish çelik başlık, miğfer, kask…
in Polish kask, hełm…
in Vietnamese mũ bảo hiểm…
in Portuguese capacete…
in Thai หมวกกันน็อก…
in German der Helm…
in Catalan casc…
in Japanese ヘルメット…
in Chinese (Simplified) 头盔,安全帽…
in Indonesian helm…
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