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a       sm  
1      (Zool)   [+de gallo]   spur  
[+de caballo]  
2      (Geog)   spur   (of a mountain range)  
3      (Náut)   (=proa)   stem  ,   (para atacar)    ram
4    (=malecón)   sea wall, dike  
[+de puente]  
5    (=paseo)   promenade
6      (Med, *)   chilblain
b       adj     (Andes)  
*   (=astuto)   sharp, astute
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'espolón' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
el espolón
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"espolón": examples and translations in context
Estamos en el borde del cráter del espolón. We're on the edge of the spur crater.
Tengo un espolón óseo en el pie. I've got a bone spur on my foot.
El espolón ha tocado la pared. The ram has touched the wall.
Bien, ahora pásame el espolón de neutrón. Good, now pass me the neutron ram.
El caballo tenía un espolón herido... Anyway, this pony had an injured fetlock...
Espolón delgado, la espalda bien arqueada. A slim fetlock, a nicely arched back.
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