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Spanish translation of “rake”

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rake

verb
(often with out) to remove the ashes from (a fire) with a poker etc.
hurgar
to fire guns at (a target) from one end of it to the other
barrer
The soldiers raked the entire village with machine-gun fire.
Translations of “rake”
in French enlever les cendres du feu, mitrailler…
in German harken, bestreichen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 搜尋, 搜翻, 搜索…
in Russian сгребать граблями…
in Turkish tırmıklamak, tırmıkla temizlemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 搜寻, 搜翻, 搜索…
in Polish grabić…
(Definition of rake from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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