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cranenoun [C]

us   /kreɪn/
  • crane noun [C] (MACHINE)

a large machine with a long, movable part to which is fixed cables (= strong wires) for lifting and moving heavy objects
  • crane noun [C] (BIRD)

a large water bird with long, thin legs and a long neck

craneverb [I/T]

us   /kreɪn/
  • crane verb [I/T] (STRETCH)

to stretch in order to look at something: [I/T] We were all craning (our necks) to get a glimpse of the movie star.
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cranenoun [C]

uk   /kreɪn/ us  
a tall metal structure with a long horizontal part that is used for lifting and moving heavy objects: We are one of the top crane hire companies in the country. At the time he was working as a crane operator.
(Definition of crane from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “crane”
en coreano 기중기, 크레인…
en árabe رافِعة…
in Malaysian kren…
en francés grue…
en ruso подъемный кран, журавль…
en chino (tradicionál) 機器, 起重機,吊車…
en italiano gru…
en turco vinç, turna…
en polaco dźwig, żuraw…
en español grúa…
in Vietnamese cần cẩu…
en portugués guindaste…
in Thai ปั้นจั่นยกของหนัก…
en alemán der Kran…
en catalán grua…
en japonés クレーン…
en chino (simplificado) 机器, 起重机,吊车…
in Indonesian derek…
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