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Spanish translation of “trigger”

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.
(Definition of trigger from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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