Translation of faucet in Spanish:

faucet

Pronunciation: /ˈfɔːsət; ˈfɔːsɪt/

n

  • (AmE) llave (f) or (Esp) grifo (m) or (RPl) canilla (f) or (Per) caño (m) or (AmC, Ven) chorro (m) or (AmC) paja (f) to turn the faucet on/off abrir*/cerrar* la llave ( or el grifo etc) to leave the faucets running dejar las llaves abiertas ( or los grifos abiertos etc)

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