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nacelle
American English: /nəˈsɛl/
British English: /nəˈsɛl/

Translation of nacelle in Spanish:

noun

  • (Aviation)
    nacela (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • The center section of the wing, installed beneath the fuselage, carried the two engine nacelles and the retractable landing gear.
    • I could clearly see his engine nacelles, fuselage, wings and tail in the dark.
    • Oil and fuel coming from three failed cylinders created a fire on the outboard side of the engine nacelle.

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