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Translation of "hover" - English-Spanish dictionary

hover

verb   /ˈhɒv·ər/
to stay up in the air but without moving anywhere cernerse, quedarse suspendido en el aire A helicopter hovered over us.
(Definition of hover from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hover

verb /ˈhovə, (American) ˈha-/
(of a bird, insect hover) to remain in the air without moving in any direction. permanecer inmóvil en el aire, flotar en el aire, revolotear
to move around while still remaining near a person etc revolotear, rondar I wish she’d stop hovering round me and go away.
(with between) to be undecided dudar, vacilar She hovered between leaving and staying.
hovercraft noun
a vehicle which is able to move over land or water, supported by a cushion of air. aerodeslizador
(Definition of hover from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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