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Translation of "beacon" - English-Spanish dictionary

beacon

noun   /ˈbiː.kən/
a light or fire on the top of a hill that acts as a warning or signal faro, almenara As part of the centenary celebrations a chain of beacons was lit across the region. figurative She was a beacon of hope in troubled times.30201284
(Definition of beacon from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

beacon

noun /ˈbiːkən/
a type of light, fire etc that warns of danger, eg the light in a lighthouse almenara, faro The captain looked for warning beacons along the shore.
a radio station or transmitter that sends out signals to guide shipping or aircraft radiofaro a radar beacon.
(Definition of beacon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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