Translation of appliance in Spanish:

appliance

Pronunciation: /əˈplaɪəns/

n

  • 1.1 (device) aparato (masculine) electrical appliances (large) electrodomésticos (masculine plural) (small) aparatos (masculine plural) eléctricos
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    • In its simplest form, it is a data delivery appliance designed specifically for performance, low cost of ownership, and reliability.
    • All projects used a major wood heating appliance with integrated domestic water heating.
    • In the comments he compares the pleasure he gets from working his will on a recalcitrant domestic appliance to the triumph a caveman felt when slaying a mastodon.
    1.2 (fire engine) (British English/inglés británico) coche (masculine) or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) carro (masculine) de bomberos, autobomba (masculine) (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) , bomba (feminine) (Chile)
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    • Two fire engines and a high-reach appliance were sent out to an industrial unit at the junction of County Road and Station Road.
    • Essex Fire and Rescue Service had 55 firefighters, six fire engines, an aerial appliance and a control unit on the scene at the height of the fire.
    • The keys to another new appliance, a new fire engine carrying new, lighter-weight rescue equipment, were also handed over by the mayor yesterday.

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