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hands-free

Translation of hands-free in Spanish:

adjective

  • manos libres invariable adjective
    Example sentences
    • The customer's new office is intended to be a small call center, so hands-free phone operation is a big benefit.
    • Echo plugs are plugged into the hands-free jacks of wireless telephones to facilitate testing.
    • Sound is provided by a Bose speaker system, and the standard mobile hands-free telephone is mounted in the centre armrest.

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