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Spanish translation of “loop”

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loop

noun /luːp/
a doubled-over part of a piece of rope, chain etc
lazo
She made a loop in the string.
a U-shaped bend in a river etc.
meandro, recodo
a contraceptive device used by women; IUD (intra uterine device).
DIU
loophole noun something that has been left out of a law or contract that allows people to legally avoid obeying it
tecnicismo, agujero
a legal/tax loophole.
Translations of “loop”
in Korean 고리…
in Arabic حَلَقة…
in French boucle, méandre…
in Italian anello…
in Chinese (Traditional) 圓圈,環形, 宮內避孕器…
in Russian петля…
in Turkish ilmik, ilmek, halka…
in Polish pętla…
in Portuguese laço…
in German die Schlinge, die Schleife…
in Catalan llaç, baga…
in Japanese (ひもや針金で作った)輪…
in Chinese (Simplified) 圆圈,环形, 宫内避孕器…
(Definition of loop from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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