polea translation | Spanish-English dictionary



      sf   pulley,   (Aut)   fan belt,   (Náut)   tackle, tackle block
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See also:

polera, poleada, polenta, pollera

izan las cajas mediante una polea exp.
the crates are lifted by means of a pulley

Entry related to:mediante

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
it moves by means of {o} using a pulley system
'polea' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
la polea móvil
se mueve por medio de poleas
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"polea": examples and translations in context
Sólo necesitamos liberarle el tobillo de la polea. We just need to free her ankle from the pulley.
- con cuerdas, polea o un gancho metálico. - with ropes and a pulley, or a winch thing.
Esta polea usada por Santa... tiene dos almohadillas para crear la fricción que la detiene. This trolley Santa was riding uses two pads to create the friction necessary for stopping.
La polea del trole, si se sale de su posición normal en la pértiga, permanecerá unida a esta y no podrá caerse. The trolley head, if dismounted from its normal position on the pole, shall be remain attached to the pole and must not fall down.
¿Qué te parece si te tiro con la polea? How about me pulling you up on the block and tackle?
Si hago girar esta polea, la pequeña va a moverse más rápido. If I spin this pulley, the small one's going to spin much faster.
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