Translation of blinker in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 [Cars/Automovilismo] [colloquial/familiar] intermitente (masculine), direccional (feminine) (Colombia) (Mexico/México) , señalizador (masculine) (de viraje) (Chile)Example sentences1.2 (American English/inglés norteamericano) [Transport/Transporte] señal (feminine) intermitente
- We must remove our blinkers to allow a fuller account of Aboriginal history to unfold.
- Their prettiness are in the selfish mind and in the untrained eyes behind the blinkers of this blind beholder!
- I met him at a point in my life when I was just ready to look at the world and it was like he took my blinkers off.
- I particularly liked the vehicle's side blinker.
- This is just some stupid road with a red light on and my blinker is saying that I am headed for the left.
- As we merge into traffic, he uses both his blinker and an arm signal.
- 2(blinkers plural)(on horse) anteojeras (feminine plural), tapaojos (masculine plural) (Colombia)Example sentences
- Storming Home also proved the value of the controversial sheepskin cheekpieces which are now regularly fitted to horses who find blinkers and visors too claustrophobic.
- The horse's owner puts leather blinkers close to its eyes so that it can only see what its master wants it to see, not look here or there.
- This year's fuelled by such high octane horsepower you'll need to pull in the reins and wear blinkers to avoid cantering off course in all directions.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
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