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reel

noun /riːl/
a round wheel-shaped or cylindrical object of wood, metal etc on which thread, film, fishing-lines etc can be wound
carrete, bobina
a reel of sewing-cotton He changed the reel in the projector.
(the music for) a type of lively Scottish, Irish or American dance
baile escocés
The fiddler played a reel They are dancing a reel.
reel in phrasal verb to pull (eg a fish out of the water) by winding the line to which it is attached on to a reel.
cobrar, sacar del agua
reel off phrasal verb to say or repeat quickly and easily, without pausing
recitar, decir de carretilla
He reeled off the list of names.
Translations of “reel”
in Korean 릴, 얼레…
in Arabic بَكَرة…
in French bobine, reel…
in Italian rocchetto, bobina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 支托物, 捲軸, 捲筒…
in Russian катушка…
in Turkish makara…
in Polish szpulka, rolka…
in Portuguese bobina, carretel…
in German die Rolle, der Reel…
in Catalan rodet, bobina…
in Japanese 糸や針金などを巻き取る枠, リール…
in Chinese (Simplified) 支托物, 卷轴, 卷筒…
(Definition of reel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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