Definition of 'breakdown van'
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Translations for 'breakdown van'
British English: breakdown van /ˈbreɪkˌdaʊn væn/ NOUN
A breakdown van is a motor vehicle which is used to pull broken or damaged vehicles.
- American English: wrecker
- Arabic: عَرَبَة الَأعطال
- Brazilian Portuguese: van de resgate
- Chinese: 抛锚的小货车
- Croatian: vozilo za pomoć na cesti
- Czech: odtahový vůz
- Danish: kranbil
- Dutch: takelwagen
- European Spanish: grúa
- Finnish: tiepalveluauto
- French: dépanneuse
- German: Pannenfahrzeug
- Greek: φορτηγάκι οδικής βοήθειας
- Italian: carro attrezzi
- Japanese: レッカー車
- Korean: 견인차
- Norwegian: bergingsbil
- Polish: samochód pomocy drogowej
- European Portuguese: veículo de assistência na estrada
- Romanian: furgonetă de tractare
- Russian: автомобиль технической помощи
- Spanish: vehículo de asistencia en carretera
- Swedish: bärgningsbil
- Thai: รถตู้สำหรับลาก
- Turkish: kurtarma aracı
- Ukrainian: евакуатор
- Vietnamese: xe van cứu hộ
Definition of breakdown van from the Collins English Dictionary
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