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Definición de “buckle” en inglés

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bucklenoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈbʌk.l̩/
a piece of metal at one end of a belt or strap, used to fasten the two ends together

buckleverb

uk   us   /ˈbʌk.l̩/

buckle verb (FASTEN)

[T or I] to fasten or be fastened with a buckle

buckle verb (BEND)

[T or I] to bend something or become bent, often as a result of force, heat, or weakness: The intense heat from the fire had caused the factory roof to buckle. Both wheels on the bicycle had been badly buckled. I felt faint and my knees began to buckle.

buckle verb (BE DEFEATED)

buckle under sth to be defeated by a difficult situation: But these were difficult times and a lesser man would have buckled under the strain.
buckled
adjective uk   us   /-l̩d/
a tightly buckled belt
Phrasal verbs
Traducciones de “buckle”
en árabe بُكْل, إبْزيم…
en coreano 버클, 죔쇠…
in Malaysian kepala tali pinggang…
en francés boucle…
en turco toka kopça…
en italiano fibbia…
en chino (tradicionál) (皮帶等的)搭扣,扣環…
en ruso пряжка…
en polaco sprzączka…
in Vietnamese cái khoá (thắt lưng…)…
en español hebilla…
en portugués fivela…
in Thai หัวเข็มขัด…
en alemán die Schnalle…
en catalán sivella…
en japonés (ベルトの)バックル, 留め金…
in Indonesian gesper…
en chino (simplificado) (皮带等的)搭扣,扣环…
(Definition of buckle from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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