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Translation of "hub" - English-Spanish dictionary

hub

noun   /hʌb/
the central or main part of something where there is most activity centro The City of London is the hub of the UK’s financial world. The computer department is at the hub of the company’s operations.16832293
the central part of a wheel into which the spokes (= bars connecting the central part to the outer edge of the wheel) are fixed cubo 16712361
(Definition of hub from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hub

noun /hab/
the centre/center of a wheel. cubo
a centre/center of activity or business. centro, eje
(Definition of hub from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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