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spanner

noun /ˈspӕnə/
a type of tool used for tightening or loosening nuts, bolts etc.
llave inglesa
throw a spanner in the works to frustrate or ruin (a plan, system etc)
meter un palo en la rueda, sabotearlo todo
A bug in the software really threw a spanner in the works.
Translations of “spanner”
in Arabic مِفْتاح رَبْط, مُفتاح البَراغي…
in Korean 스패너…
in Malaysian sepana‘…
in French clef (à écrous)…
in Turkish somun anahtarı, İngiliz anahtarı…
in Italian chiave inglese…
in Chinese (Traditional) 扳手,扳子…
in Russian гаечный ключ…
in Polish klucz (do nakrętek)…
in Vietnamese cờ lê…
in Portuguese chave inglesa/de porca…
in Thai กุญแจเลื่อน…
in German der Schraubenschlüßel…
in Catalan clau anglesa…
in Japanese スパナ, レンチ…
in Indonesian kunci…
in Chinese (Simplified) 扳手,扳子…
(Definition of spanner from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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