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kickstand
American English: /ˈkɪkˌstænd/
British English: /ˈkɪkstand/

Translation of kickstand in Spanish:

noun

  • pie (masculine) de apoyo
    Example sentences
    • Gandoff stopped the motorcycle and kicked down the kickstand.
    • Another one involved me and a bunch of friends sitting around on motorcycles talking about them and flipping our kickstands and stuff.
    • Kaeldra snapped the kickstand aside, uttered a few necessary words and the motorcycle roared to life.

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