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Translation of "cable car" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

cable car

noun [C]    
a vehicle which hangs from and is moved by a cable (= thick strong wire) and transports people up steep slopes 纜車,索車 Trains and parts of trainsRailways and railway lines
US a vehicle on a cable railway (纜索鐵路上的)有軌纜車 Trains and parts of trainsRailways and railway lines
Translations of “cable car”
in Russian фуникулер…
in Turkish teleferik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 缆车,索车, (缆索铁路上的)有轨缆车…
in Polish kolejka linowa…
(Definition of cable car from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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