Translation of elevator in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (for passengers) (American English/inglés norteamericano) ascensor (masculine), elevador (masculine) (Mexico/México) to take the elevator tomar el ascensor or (Mexico/México) el elevadorExample sentences1.2 (for goods) elevador (masculine), montacargas (masculine)
- As they passed the elevators, he pressed a button.
- I walk down the hall to the bank of elevators, and press the up arrow.
- I headed on ahead of Kyle and stopped at the elevators, pressing a button.
- This was put to use every autumn to power the large and venerable threshing machine, with its elevator and shaking, riddling sieves.
- The only visible parts of the underground area were the ten elevators for the machines.
- The grain elevators located along the tracks unload 110 train carloads at a time, or a little over 20 million pounds of corn.
- 3 [Aviation/Aviación] timón (masculine) de profundidadExample sentences
- The flight data recorder indicated that the flight crew performed a control check of the elevators.
- The ailerons are a much simpler control than the elevator.
- Firing the various thrusters in brief bursts, Brett slowed the rotating motion of the elevator around its axis.
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