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English translation of 'espetón'

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espetón

masculine noun
1.  (Cookery)
(broqueta) skewer
(asador) spit
(clavija) large piniron pin
(atizador) poker
2.  (pinchazo) jabpoke

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Used Rarely. espetón is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'espetón' in Other Languages

British English: spit /spɪt/ NOUN
Spit is the watery liquid produced in your mouth.
Spit collected in her mouth.
  • American English: spit
  • Arabic: بُصَاق
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cuspe
  • Chinese: 唾液
  • Croatian: pljuvačka
  • Czech: slina
  • Danish: spyt
  • Dutch: speeksel braadspit
  • European Spanish: espetón
  • Finnish: sylki
  • French: bave
  • German: Spucke
  • Greek: φτύσιμο
  • Italian: sputo
  • Japanese: つば 唾液
  • Korean:
  • Norwegian: spytt
  • Polish: ślina
  • European Portuguese: cuspo
  • Romanian: salivă
  • Russian: слюна
  • Spanish: asador
  • Swedish: spett
  • Thai: น้ำลายที่ถ่มออก
  • Turkish: şiş
  • Ukrainian: слина
  • Vietnamese: nước bọt

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Translation of espetón from the Collins Spanish to English
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