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spark

noun /spaːk/
a tiny red-hot piece thrown off by something burning, or when two very hard (eg metal) surfaces are struck together
chispa
Sparks were being thrown into the air from the burning building.
an electric current jumping across a gap
chispa
a spark from a faulty light-socket.
a trace (eg of life, humour/humor)
chispa
a spark of enthusiasm.
spark plug noun a part in a car engine that produces an electric spark that makes the fuel burn
Bujía
The spark plug needs changing.
Translations of “spark”
in Korean 불꽃…
in Arabic شَرارة…
in French étincelle…
in Italian scintilla…
in Chinese (Traditional) 火/電, 火花,火星, 電火花…
in Russian искра, проблеск…
in Turkish kıvılcım, ateş, çakım…
in Polish iskra…
in Portuguese faísca…
in German der Funke…
in Catalan espurna…
in Japanese 火花, 火の粉…
in Chinese (Simplified) 火/电, 火花,火星, 电火花…
(Definition of spark from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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