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Translation of "pistol" - English-Spanish dictionary

pistol

noun /ˈpistl/
a small gun, held in one hand when fired
pistola
He shot himself with a pistol.
Translations of “pistol”
in Arabic مُسَدَّس…
in Korean 권총…
in Malaysian pistol…
in French pistolet…
in Turkish tabanca…
in Italian pistola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 手槍…
in Russian пистолет…
in Polish pistolet…
in Vietnamese súng ngắn…
in Portuguese pistola…
in Thai ปืนพก…
in German die Pistole…
in Catalan pistola…
in Japanese ピストル, 拳銃…
in Indonesian pistol…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手枪…
(Definition of pistol from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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