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fan

noun   /fæn/
A2 someone who likes a person or thing very much aficionado, -a, fan He’s a big fan of country music. football fans
B1 something that is used to move the air around so it feels cooler abanico, ventilador an electric fan
(Definition of fan from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fan

noun /fӕn/
a flat instrument held in the hand and waved to direct a current of air across the face in hot weather abanico Ladies used to carry fans to keep themselves cool.
a mechanical instrument causing a current of air ventilador He has had a fan fitted in the kitchen for extracting cooking smells.
(Definition of fan from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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