English translation of 'abanar'
1. to shake
2. (rabo) to wag
3. (com leque) to fan
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'abanar' in Other Languages
British English: fan VERB
If you fan yourself or your face when you are hot, you wave a fan or other flat object in order to make yourself feel cooler.
She would have to wait in the truck, fanning herself with a piece of cardboard.
British English: swish VERB
If something swishes or if you swish it, it moves quickly through the air, making a soft sound.
A car swished by heading for the coast.
Translation of abanar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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