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lubricate

verb   /ˈluː.brɪ.keɪt/
to use a substance such as oil to make a machine operate more easily, or to prevent something sticking or rubbing lubricar A car engine needs to be well lubricated with oil.1289
lubrication noun [no plural]   /ˌluː.brɪˈkeɪ.ʃən/ ( informal lube)
(Definition of lubricate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lubricate

verb /ˈluːbrikeit/
to oil (a machine etc) to make it move more easily and smoothly lubricar, engrasar Clean and lubricate the fan motor annually.
lubrication noun
lubrificación
lubricant noun
something (oil etc) which lubricates. lubricante
(Definition of lubricate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “lubricate”
in Vietnamese bôi trơn…
in Malaysian membubuh pelincir…
in Thai หยอดน้ำมันหล่อลื่น…
in French lubrifier…
in German schmieren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 润滑,给…加润滑油…
in Turkish yağlamak…
in Russian смазывать…
in Indonesian melumasi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 潤滑,給…加潤滑油…
in Polish smarować…
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