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Spanish translation of “car”

car

noun /kaː/
a (usually privately-owned) motor vehicle on wheels for carrying people; automobile(American)
coche
What kind of car do you have? ’Did you go by car?’
a section for passengers in a train etc
coche, coche-restaurante, vagón
a dining-car.
(American) a railway carriage for goods or people
vagón
a freight car.
car boot sale noun (British) an outdoor market where people sell things from the back of their cars
Mercadillo de Maletero
I bought the picture at a car boot sale.
carjacking noun
Robo de un Coche
the crime of attacking a car driver in order to steal the car The carjacking took place in a mall parking lot.
car park noun (British ) a piece of land or a building where cars may be parked; parking lot(American)
parking, aparcamiento
a multi-storey car park.
car phone noun a telephone that can be used in a car.
teléfono de automóvil
(Definition of car from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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