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Translation of "rifle" - English-Spanish dictionary

rifle

noun   /ˈraɪ·fl/
a long gun that you hold against your shoulder when you shoot rifle
verb   /ˈraɪ·fl/ ( also rifle through)
to quickly search through things, often in order to steal something rebuscar I caught him rifling through my drawers.
(Definition of rifle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

rifle

noun /ˈraifl/
a gun with a long barrel, fired from the shoulder rifle The soldiers are being taught to shoot with rifles.
rifle range noun
a place for rifle practice. campo de tiro
(Definition of rifle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “rifle”
in Korean 소총…
in Arabic بُنْدُقِيّة…
in Malaysian senapang…
in French fusil, carabine…
in Russian винтовка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 來福槍, 步槍…
in Italian fucile, carabina…
in Turkish tüfek…
in Polish karabin, strzelba…
in Vietnamese súng trường…
in Portuguese rifle…
in Thai ปืนยาว…
in German das Gewehr…
in Catalan rifle…
in Japanese (銃身の長い)銃, ライフル…
in Chinese (Simplified) 来复枪, 步枪…
in Indonesian senapan…
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