Definición de lube en inglés:


Saltos de línea: lube
Pronunciación: /luːb


  • 1A lubricant: a wide variety of lubes and waxes
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    • There are now fortified dry lubes, synthetic wet lubes, self-cleaning wax lubes, all-condition lubes, chain cleaners, chain grunge brushes and more.
    • If any major work is required, they drive the machine to the landing and a new, exceptionally-well equipped 45-foot service van that includes all the tools, fuel, lubes and spare parts as well as an office.
    • In most shops the lube alone would cost at least £9!
  • 1.1 [mass noun] Lubrication.
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    • With repair bills approaching twelve hundred dollars, it would be determined that a chemical related mishap during a lube service was the culprit.
  • 1.2US & Australian An oil change for a vehicle.
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    • Maybe all I need is an oil change or a new filter or a lube.


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  • Lubricate (something): lube the hinge with some oil
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    • In low-speed applications, ball bearings are lubed with grease.
    • The shop in Bangor lubed the gear legs with a special cold-weather grease, and the problem was solved.
    • If your bearings were lubed with a thick gel or grease, you may have to let them soak for ten minutes, shake for ten minutes, soak for ten minutes and so on to get them clean.


1930s: abbreviation.

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