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valve

noun /vӕlv/
a device for allowing a liquid or gas to pass through an opening in one direction only
válvula
a safety valve.
a structure with the same effect in an animal body
válvula
Valves in the heart control the flow of blood in the human body.
a type of electronic component found in many, especially older, types of television, radio etc
lámpara
a valve amplifier.
Translations of “valve”
in Korean 밸브…
in Arabic صِمام…
in French valve, soupape, valvule…
in Italian valvola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 閥, 活門, (心臟或血管的)瓣膜…
in Russian клапан…
in Turkish vana, valf, subap…
in Polish zawór…
in Portuguese válvula…
in German das Ventil, die Klappe, die Röhre…
in Catalan vàlvula…
in Japanese バルブ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 阀, 活门, (心脏或血管的)瓣膜…
(Definition of valve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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