phone translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "phone" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /fəun/
a telephone
We were talking on the phone.
phone book noun a telephone directory
lista/guía de teléfonos
Look up his number in the phone book.
phone booth noun telephone booth.
cabina telefónica
phone box noun (British) telephone box.
cabina telefónica
phone call noun a telephone call
llamada de teléfono
I need to make a phone call He had a (phone) call from Ron.
phonecard noun a plastic card for making calls from a public telephone box.
tarjeta telefónica
phone up phrasal verb to (try to) speak to (someone) by means of the telephone
llamar por teléfono
I’ll phone (him) up and ask about it.
Translations of “phone”
in Arabic هاتِف…
in Korean 전화기…
in Malaysian telefon…
in French téléphone…
in Turkish telefon…
in Italian telefono…
in Chinese (Traditional) 電話, (電話的)聽筒…
in Russian телефон…
in Polish telefon…
in Vietnamese điện thoại…
in Portuguese telefone…
in Thai โทรศัพท์…
in German das Telefon…
in Catalan telèfon…
in Japanese 電話機…
in Indonesian telepon…
in Chinese (Simplified) 电话, (电话的)听筒…
(Definition of phone from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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