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Translation of "shutter" - English-Spanish dictionary

shutter

noun   /ˈʃʌt·ər/
a wooden or metal cover on the outside of a window contraventana
the part at the front of a camera that opens quickly to let in light when you take a photograph obturador
(Definition of shutter from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

shutter

noun /ˈʃatə/
one of usually two usually wooden covers over a window contraventana, postigo He closed the shutters.
the moving cover over the lens of a camera, which opens when a photograph is taken obturador When the shutter opens, light is allowed into the camera and reacts with the film.
shuttered adjective
con las contraventanas cerradas shuttered windows.
(Definition of shutter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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