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Spanische Übersetzung von reel

Häufigkeit

reel

[riːl ]
Substantiv
1. 
(for cable, hose) rollo m
(for tape recorder, in fishing) carrete m
(for thread) carrete mbobina f
(Photography)
(for small camera) carrete mrollo m
[of cine film] cinta f
see also cotton, inertia-reel
2.  (Music)
(dance) baile escocés
Transitives Verb
(wind)
[thread, fishing line, film, tape] enrollardevanar
Intransitives Verb
1.  (sway, stagger) tambalear(se)
he was sent reeling by a blow to the head un golpe en la cabeza hizo que se tambaleara
he was reeling about drunkenly caminaba tambaleándosecaminaba haciendo eses (inf)
he lost his balance and reeled backwards perdió el equilibrio y se fue para atrás
2.  (be shaken)
our troops were reeling under the enemy bombardment nuestras tropas sufrían el impacto del bombardeo enemigo
I’m still reeling from the shock todavía no me he recuperado del susto
3.  (spin)
[mind, head, brain] dar vueltas
the room reeled before her eyes la habitación le daba vueltas
phrasal verbs

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No longer are cinemas restricted to projecting reels of 35mm film.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He must have had dozens of reels of film.
Max Arthur Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 1901–1910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)
It was a thought to make my brain reel.
Smout, T.C. & Wood, Sydney Scottish Voices 1745-1960 (1990)
At first you reel back in horror.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Then, fly fishing reels and ice makers.
The Sun (2010)
This goes unexplained until the film circles back in the final reel.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Use the reel wire to secure small bundles of greenery, securing the stems.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
How my mind reeled with these perceptions!
Baxter, Stephen Anti-Ice (1993)
She reeled about, and he reached a hand out to try to help her regain her balance.
Tracy Chevalier Burning Bright (2007)
The concern, of course, is that they will be so reeling from the blows that they will have had the confidence knocked out of them too.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
I want to ask a question, but my mind is reeling.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
And as fans reeled at the blow to our Cup hopes, some experts made the gloomy prediction that his football career may be over for good.
The Sun (2006)
He keeps dumping you and then reeling you back in.
The Sun (2014)
It shocked a country still reeling from the arrest of a TV crime show host for allegedly arranging killings to boost ratings.
The Sun (2009)
Pass the other end of the band through the cotton reel.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Taking up a reel of aluminium wire is far better than an entire store cupboard.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This movie keeps you guessing right up until the final reel.
The Sun (2013)
This would be the worst performance since 2009, when the country was reeling from the banking crash.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
To his left, an input tape reels in.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
We are all still reeling from the shock of it all.
The Sun (2015)
West pinched the reel of cotton after prison shirts were delivered to his cell in laundry bags for him to repair.
The Sun (2016)
Yesterday the 55-year-old was still reeling in shock from his change of fortune.
The Sun (2011)
My brain seemed to reel, as if my mind would swing from its pivot.
Christianity Today (2000)
The family still reels from the shock.
Steel, Elizabeth Coping With Sudden Hair Loss (1988)
Give him a moment to cast about and reel his thoughts back in, and what's he caught?
Alexander Masters STUART: A Life Backwards (2005)
The final reels included a number of impromptu outbursts and genuine screaming.
David Boyle AUTHENTICITY: Brands, Fakes, Spin and the Lust for Real Life (2003)

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reel in anderen Sprachen

Britisches Englisch: reel /riːl; rɪəl/ NOUN
A reel is a cylinder-shaped object around which you wrap something such as thread or cinema film.
...a 30-metre reel of cable.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: reel
  • Arabisch: بَكَرَة
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: carretel
  • Chinesisch: 卷轴
  • Kroatisch: svitak
  • Tschechisch: cívka
  • Dänisch: rulle
  • Niederländisch: haspel
  • Europäisches Spanisch: carrete
  • Finnisch: kela
  • Französisch: moulinet
  • Deutsch: Spule
  • Griechisch: καρούλι
  • Italienisch: bobina
  • Japanisch: リール
  • Koreanisch:
  • Norwegisch: spole
  • Polnisch: szpulka
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: carreto
  • Rumänisch: rolă
  • Russisch: катушка
  • Spanisch: carrete
  • Schwedisch: vinda
  • Thai: เครื่องม้วน
  • Türkisch: makara
  • Ukrainisch: котушка
  • Vietnamesisch: ống
Britisches Englisch: reel VERB
If someone reels, they move about in an unsteady way as if they are going to fall.
He was reeling a little. He must be very dizzy.

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