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Spanish translation of “shuttle”

shuttle

noun /ˈʃatl/
in weaving, a piece of equipment for carrying the thread backwards and forwards across the other threads.
lanzadera
a piece of machinery for making loops in the lower thread in a sewing-machine.
lanzadera
an air, train or other transport service etc which operates constantly backwards and forwards between two places
servicio regular
an airline shuttle between London and Edinburgh space shuttle (= a craft travelling between space stations).
shuttlecock noun a rounded cork etc , with feathers etc fixed in it, used in the game of badminton.
volante
(Definition of shuttle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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