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propellernoun [C]

us   /prəˈpel·ər/
a device with two or more blades that spin around to produce a force for moving the ship or aircraft to which it is attached
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Translations of “propeller”
in Arabic مَرْوَحة…
in Korean 프로펠러…
in Portuguese hélice…
in Catalan hèlice…
in Japanese プロペラ, スクリュー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 螺旋桨…
in Turkish pervane…
in Russian пропеллер, винт…
in Chinese (Traditional) 螺旋槳…
in Italian elica…
in Polish śmigło…
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