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Spanish translation of “lever”

lever

noun /ˈliːvə, (American) ˈlevər/
a bar of wood, metal etc used to lift heavy weights A crowbar is a kind of lever You must use a coin as a lever to get the lid of that tin off. a bar or handle for operating a machine etc This is the lever that switches on the power. leverage /-ridʒ/ noun power that can be used to influence someone’s actions or decisions The public has some leverage with their representatives in the Senate. the power gained by the use of a lever This tool gives better leverage. This tool gives better leverage.
(Definition of lever from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)

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