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Translation of "jack" - English-Spanish dictionary

jack

noun   /dʒæk/
a playing card that has a picture of a young man on it jota the jack of diamonds
a hole into which a wire connected to a piece of electrical equipment can be plugged so that the equipment can operate toma a microphone jack
(Definition of jack from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

jack

noun /dʒӕk/
an instrument for lifting up a motor car or other heavy weight gato You should always keep a jack in the car in case you need to change a wheel.
the playing card between the ten and queen, sometimes called the knave sota The jack, queen, and king are the three face cards.
jack up phrasal verb
to raise (a motor car etc) and keep it supported, with a jack levantar con gato You need to jack up the car before you try to remove the wheel.
(Definition of jack from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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