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Spanish translation of “hose”

hose

/həuz/
(also hosepipe) a rubber, plastic etc tube which bends and which is used to carry water etc
manguera
a garden hose a fireman’s hose.
an older word for stockings or socks
medias; calzas
woollen/woolen hose.
hosiery /ˈhəuziəri/ noun knitted goods, especially stockings, socks and tights.
calcetería
hose reel noun a revolving drum for carrying hoses.
carrete para la manga, tambor de arrollamiento
hose down phrasal verb to clean (eg a car) by means of water brought by a hose
lavar con manguera
One of the zookeeper’s jobs is to hose down the elephant.
(Definition of hose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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