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Spanish translation of “lift”

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lift

noun
(British ) a small enclosed platform etc that moves up and down between floors carrying goods or people; elevator(American)
ascensor
Since she was too tired to climb the stairs, she went up in the lift.
a ride in someone’s car etc
vuelta
Can I give you a lift into town?
a raising of the spirits
estímulo
Her success in the exam gave her a great lift.
(Definition of lift from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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