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Translation of "spanner" - English-Arabic dictionary

spanner

noun
 
/ˈspæn·ər/ UK ( US wrench)
a tool with a round end that is used to turn nuts and bolts (= metal objects used to fasten things together)
مِفْتاح رَبْط
مُفتاح البَراغي
put/throw a spanner in the works UK ( US put/throw a wrench in the works) to do something that prevents a plan or activity from succeeding
يَضَع العُقدة في المُنشار
The funding for the project was withdrawn, so that really threw a spanner in the works.
Translations of “spanner”
in Korean 스패너…
in Malaysian sepana‘…
in French clef (à écrous)…
in Turkish somun anahtarı, İngiliz anahtarı…
in Italian chiave inglese…
in Chinese (Traditional) 扳手,扳子…
in Russian гаечный ключ…
in Polish klucz (do nakrętek)…
in Vietnamese cờ lê…
in Spanish llave inglesa…
in Portuguese chave inglesa/de porca…
in Thai กุญแจเลื่อน…
in German der Schraubenschlüßel…
in Catalan clau anglesa…
in Japanese スパナ, レンチ…
in Indonesian kunci…
in Chinese (Simplified) 扳手,扳子…
(Definition of spanner from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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