French translation of 'turnstile'
Example Sentences Including 'turnstile'
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It was claimed last night that only one of the turnstiles was working properly.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Perhaps the sale of champagne at HALF the price charged at virtually all the southern racecourses has set the turnstiles clicking.The Sun (2011)
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'turnstile' in Other Languages
British English: turnstile /ˈtɜːnˌstaɪl/ NOUN
A turnstile is a mechanical barrier at the entrance to a place such as a museum or a football ground. Turnstiles have metal arms that you push round as you go through them and enter the building or area.
- American English: turnstile
- Arabic: حَاجِزٌ مُتَحَرِّكَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: catraca
- Chinese: 十字转门
- Croatian: automatska kružna rampa za pješake
- Czech: turniket
- Danish: tælleapparat
- Dutch: tourniquet
- European Spanish: torno
- Finnish: kääntöportti
- French: tourniquet
- German: Drehkreuz
- Greek: περιστρεφόμενη πόρτα
- Italian: cancelletto girevole
- Japanese: 回転式改札口
- Korean: 회전식 출입문
- Norwegian: dreiekors
- Polish: kołowrót
- European Portuguese: torniquete de acesso
- Romanian: barieră rotitoare
- Russian: турникет
- Spanish: torniquete
- Swedish: spärr
- Thai: ทางเข้าที่มีแกนหมุนให้ผ่านได้ทีละคน
- Turkish: turnike
- Ukrainian: турнікет
- Vietnamese: cửa quay
Translation of turnstile from the Collins English to French
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