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Meaning of “pump” - Learner’s Dictionary

pump

noun [C]     /pʌmp/
B1 a piece of equipment that forces liquid or gas to move somewhere: a gas/petrol pump a water pump Generating and pumping devices
Translations of “pump”
in Arabic مِضَخّة…
in Korean 펌프…
in Malaysian pam…
in French pompe…
in Turkish pompa…
in Italian pompa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 設備, 唧筒,幫浦,抽水機, 油泵…
in Russian насос, помпа…
in Polish pompa, pompka…
in Vietnamese máy bơm, cái bơm (xe)…
in Spanish bomba…
in Portuguese bomba…
in Thai เครื่องสูบน้ำ, เครื่องปั๊มน้ำหรือลม…
in German die Pumpe…
in Catalan bomba, manxa…
in Japanese (水などをくみ上げる)ポンプ…
in Indonesian pompa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 设备, 泵,抽水机, 油泵…
(Definition of pump noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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