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hub
American English: /həb/
British English: /hʌb/

Translation of hub in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (of wheel)
    Example sentences
    • Remove your wheels, and wipe them down, since the dirt gets lodged in the little nooks and crannies of the wheel hubs and spokes.
    • Instead, a few species are like hubs, with spokes radiating out to the other species.
    • Now we are keeping that going, and working on some other parts that are new to us - pedals, cranks, hubs and wheels.
    1.2 (focal point) the hub of the universe
    el centro del universo
    Example sentences
    • Clubs need to be innovative, family friendly and at the hub of local activity.
    • He said that he expected that the region would become an international hub of tourism.
    • For centuries this quaint location has been a hub of activity; that of natural forces and that of man.

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