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Translation of "tube" - English-Spanish dictionary

tube

noun   /tjuːb/
B1 a long, thin container for a soft substance that you press to get the substance out tubo a tube of toothpaste
a pipe made of glass, plastic, metal, etc., especially for liquids or gases to flow through tubo
the Tube
B1 the system of trains under the ground in London el Metro
(Definition of tube from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tube

noun /tjuːb/
a long, low cylinder-shaped object through which liquid can pass; a pipe tubo, tubería The water flowed through a rubber tube a glass tube.
an organ of this kind in animals or plants. trompa
( British ) an underground railway/railroad ( especially in London); subway( American) metro I go to work on the tube / by tube ( also adjective) a tube train/station.
a container for a semi-liquid substance which is got out by squeezing tubo I must buy a tube of toothpaste.
tubing noun
(material for) a length or system of tubes tubería, cañería two metres of tubing.
tubular /-bjulə/ adjective
made of, or consisting of tubes tubular tubular steel.
shaped like a tube tubular The container is tubular in shape.
(Definition of tube from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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