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Translation of "pump" - English-Spanish dictionary

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.
(Definition of pump from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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