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body scanner
Pronunciation: / ˈbɒdi skænə(r) /

Translation of body scanner in Spanish:

noun

  • escáner (masculine) corporal
    Example sentences
    • Frequent travellers, priapic schoolboys and the terminally vain may have noticed with interest that Heathrow Airport recently installed an X-ray body scanner at Terminal 4.
    • Similarly, the body scanner seemed like a miracle machine when first introduced.
    • Randomly chosen passengers will have to go through an X-ray machine or be searched, either by a body scanner or with sniffer dogs.

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