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Spanish translation of “stoke”

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stoke

verb /stəuk/
to put coal or other fuel on (a fire) eg in the furnace of a boiler etc
atizar
The men stoked the furnaces.
stoker noun
fogonero
stoke up phrasal verb to stoke
alimentar/atizar/avivar el fuego
Have they stoked up (the fires)?
(Definition of stoke from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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