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handcuffs
Pronunciation: / ˈhandkʌfs /

Translation of handcuffs in Spanish:

plural noun

  • a pair of handcuffs
    unas esposas
    Example sentences
    • He waved a pair of handcuffs under his prisoner's nose, forcing him to notice the razor sharp inner edges.
    • It's not until they are carrying me away, not until I can feel the cold metal of the handcuffs biting into my wrists, that it sinks in I just shot Santa Claus.
    • I suddenly felt cold metal handcuffs slap on my wrists.

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