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Translation of "shaft" - English-Spanish dictionary

shaft

noun /ʃaːft/
the long straight part or handle of a tool, weapon etc mango the shaft of a golf club.
one of two poles on a cart etc to which a horse etc is harnessed vara The horse stood patiently between the shafts.
a revolving bar transmitting motion in an engine eje the driving shaft.
a long, narrow space, made for eg a lift in a building hueco, pozo a liftshaft a mineshaft.
a ray of light rayo a shaft of sunlight.
(Definition of shaft from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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