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Translation of "keel" - English-Spanish dictionary

keel

noun /kiːl/
the long supporting piece of a ship’s frame that lies lengthwise along the bottom quilla The boat’s keel became stuck in the mud near the shore. keel over phrasal verb to fall over usually suddenly or unexpectedly eg in a faint desplomarse She suddenly felt dizzy and keeled over. be/keep on an even keel to be, keep or remain in a calm and untroubled state mantener el equilibrio Higher interest rates are needed to keep the economy on an even keel.
Translations of “keel”
in Vietnamese sống tàu…
in Thai กระดูกงู (เรือ)…
in Malaysian lunas…
in French quille…
in German der Kiel…
in Chinese (Traditional) (船的)龍骨…
in Indonesian lunas…
in Russian киль…
in Turkish tekne omurgası…
in Chinese (Simplified) (船的)龙骨…
in Polish stępka, kil…
(Definition of keel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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