Translation of trolley in Spanish:

trolley

Pronunciation: /ˈtrɑːli; ˈtrɒli/

n

  • 2 (British English/inglés británico) (for food, drink) carrito (m), mesa (f) rodante; (at station, airport, in supermarket) carro (m), carrito (m); (in mine) vagoneta (f) to be off one's trolley (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar] estar* chiflado [colloquial/familiar], estar* mal de la cabeza
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    • The group's services range from treatments to harden metals for aero-engines to providing the shine on metals used in supermarket trolleys.
    • We pay for trolleys in airports and supermarkets, and for parking we either scratch a permit, ‘pay and display’ or ‘park and ride’.
    • Supermarket trolleys and burned-out cars replaced the brightly coloured barges that once proudly carried grain, coal, wool, salt and timber.
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    • Without missing a beat, another aide approached the table, wheeling a trolley heaped with food.
    • One businessman was told there were too many people on board and they could not wheel trolleys with hot drinks as it was a safety hazard.
    • Satine turns to a trolley with food and drink on it, and picks up a bottle of Champagne from the ice bucket.

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