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tow

verb /təu/
to pull (a ship, barge, car, trailer etc) by a rope, chain or cable
remolcar
The tugboat towed the ship out of the harbour The car broke down and had to be towed to the garage.
towline noun ( tow-rope) a rope etc used in towing.
cabo/cable de remolque
Translations of “tow”
in Korean (차나 배를) 끌다, 견인하다…
in Arabic يَجُرّ…
in French remorquer…
in Italian rimorchiare, trainare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拖,拉,牽引(車、船等)…
in Russian буксировать…
in Turkish (araba, tekne vb.) çekmek…
in Polish holować…
in Portuguese rebocar…
in German (ab-)schleppen…
in Catalan remolcar…
in Japanese (車や船など)をけん引する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拖,拉,牵引(车、船等)…
(Definition of tow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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