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Translation of "vacuum" - English-Spanish dictionary

vacuum

verb   /ˈvæk·juːm/
to clean something using a vacuum cleaner pasar la aspiradora (por)
noun   /ˈvæk·juːm/
a space from which most or all of the air, gas, or other material has been removed vacío 1925
a vacuum cleaner aspiradora 840
(Definition of vacuum from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

vacuum

noun /ˈvӕkjuəm/
a space from which (almost) all air or other gas has been removed vacío Nature abhors a vacuum.
short for vacuum cleaner.
vacuum cleaner noun
a machine that cleans carpets etc by sucking dust etc into itself. aspiradora
vacuum flask noun
a container with double walls that have a vacuum between them to keep the contents from losing or gaining heat termo a (vacuum-)flask of hot coffee.
(Definition of vacuum from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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