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Translation of "vehicle" - English-Spanish dictionary

vehicle

noun   /ˈviː·ɪ·kl/ formal
B1 something such as a car or bus that takes people from one place to another vehículo
(Definition of vehicle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

vehicle

noun /ˈviəkl/
any means of transport on land, especially on wheels, eg a car, bus, bicycle etc vehículo a heavy goods vehicle.
(Definition of vehicle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “vehicle”
in Korean 차량, 탈것…
in Arabic عَرَبة, مَركَبة…
in Malaysian kenderaan…
in French véhicule…
in Russian транспортное средство…
in Chinese (Traditional) 機器, (陸上)交通工具, 車輛…
in Italian veicolo…
in Turkish araç, vasıta, taşıt…
in Polish pojazd…
in Vietnamese xe cộ…
in Portuguese veículo…
in Thai ยานพาหนะ…
in German das Fahrzeug…
in Catalan vehicle…
in Japanese (陸上の)乗り物, 車両…
in Chinese (Simplified) 机器, (陆上)交通工具, 车辆…
in Indonesian kendaraan…
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