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Meaning of “propeller” - Learner’s Dictionary

propeller

noun [C]     /prəˈpelər/
a piece of equipment made of two or more flat metal pieces that turn around and cause a ship or aircraft to moveParts of ships and boatsParts of aeroplanes
Translations of “propeller”
in Korean 프로펠러…
in Arabic مَرْوَحة…
in Portuguese hélice…
in Catalan hèlice…
in Japanese プロペラ, スクリュー…
in Italian elica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 螺旋槳…
in Russian пропеллер, винт…
in Turkish pervane…
in Chinese (Simplified) 螺旋桨…
in Polish śmigło…
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