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Spanish translation of “trigger”

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trigger

noun /ˈtriɡə/
a small lever on a gun, which is pulled to make the gun fire
gatillo
He aimed the rifle at her, but did not pull the trigger.
anything which starts a series of actions or reactions
(técnica) disparador; (figurado) desencadenante
The election may have been the trigger for a series of terror attacks.
Translations of “trigger”
in Korean 방아쇠…
in Arabic زِناد…
in French détente, déclencheur…
in Italian grilletto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 槍的部件, 扳機…
in Russian курок, импульс…
in Turkish tetik, bir şeyi başlatan olay/durum/hadise…
in Polish spust, cyngiel, przyczyna…
in Portuguese gatilho…
in German der Abzug, der Auslöser…
in Catalan gallet…
in Japanese (銃の)引き金…
in Chinese (Simplified) 枪的部件, 扳机…
(Definition of trigger from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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