English translation of 'tobogán'
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Alegres grupos de beatles aguardaban turno para precipitarse al asalto de los cochecitos eléctricos y asientos giratorios del descabellado tobogán.Señas de identidad
El PP no se ha dejado arrastrar al tobogán de los dicterios.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Es el resultado de haber adoptado en el pasado una postura frívola, voluntarista, ingenua, entreguista... Se ha situado en un tobogán.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
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'tobogán' in Other Languages
British English: slide /slaɪd/ NOUN
A slide in a playground is a structure that has a steep slope for children to slide down.
Two young children were playing on a slide.
- American English: slide
- Arabic: انْزِلَاق
- Brazilian Portuguese: escorregador
- Chinese: 滑梯
- Croatian: tobogan
- Czech: klouzačka
- Danish: rutsjebane
- Dutch: glijbaan
- European Spanish: tobogán
- Finnish: liuku
- French: toboggan
- German: Rutsche
- Greek: τσουλήθρα
- Italian: scivolo
- Japanese: 滑ること
- Korean: 미끄러지기
- Norwegian: sklie
- Polish: zjeżdżalnia
- European Portuguese: escorrega
- Romanian: tobogan
- Russian: скольжение
- Spanish: tobogán
- Swedish: rutschkana
- Thai: สไลเดอร์
- Turkish: kaydırak
- Ukrainian: схил
- Vietnamese: sự trượt
British English: chute NOUN
A chute is a steep, narrow slope down which people or things can slide.
Passengers escaped from the plane's front exits by sliding down emergency chutes.
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