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Translation of "trunk" - English-Spanish dictionary

trunk

noun   /trʌŋk/
the thick stem of a tree that the branches grow from tronco
US ( UK boot) a closed space at the back of a car where you can store things maletero
the long nose of an elephant trompa
trunks [plural] ( also swimming trunks)
a piece of clothing that boys and men wear for swimming bañador
(Definition of trunk from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

trunk

noun /traŋk/
the main stem (of a tree) tronco The trunk of this tree is five metres thick.
a large box or chest for packing or keeping clothes etc in baúl He packed his trunk and sent it to Canada by sea.
an elephant’s long nose trompa The elephant sucked up water into its trunk.
the body (not including the head, arms and legs) of a person (and certain animals) tronco He had a powerful trunk, but thin arms.
( American) a boot (of a car) maletero Put your baggage in the trunk.
trunks noun plural
short trousers or pants worn by boys or men, especially the type used for swimming traje de baño (de hombre) swimming trunks He wore only a pair of bathing trunks.
(Definition of trunk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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