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Translation of "spike" - English-Spanish dictionary

spike

noun   /spaɪk/
a long, thin piece of metal, wood, etc. with a sharp point at one end pincho
(Definition of spike from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

spike

noun /spaik/
a hard, thin, pointed object (of wood, metal etc) punta, pincho The fence had long spikes on top.
a pointed piece of metal attached to the sole of a shoe etc to prevent slipping. clavo
spiked adjective
con pinchos
spiky adjective
having spikes, or points similar to spikes puntiagudo the spiky coat of a hedgehog.
spikiness noun
aspecto punzante
(Definition of spike from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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