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pump

noun /pamp/
a machine for making water pump rise from under the ground
bomba
Every village used to have a pump from which everyone drew their water.
a machine or device for forcing liquid or gas into, or out of, something
bomba
a bicycle pump (for forcing air into the tyres/tires).
pump up phrasal verb to inflate (tyres/tires etc) with a pump
inflar
These tyres/tires need pumping up a bit.
Translations of “pump”
in Korean 펌프…
in Arabic مِضَخّة…
in French pompe…
in Italian pompa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 設備, 唧筒,幫浦,抽水機, 油泵…
in Russian насос, помпа…
in Turkish pompa…
in Polish pompa, pompka…
in Portuguese bomba…
in German die Pumpe…
in Catalan bomba, manxa…
in Japanese (水などをくみ上げる)ポンプ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 设备, 泵,抽水机, 油泵…
(Definition of pump from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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