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wristwatch
American English: /ˈrɪstˌwɑtʃ/
British English: /ˈrɪs(t)wɒtʃ/

Translation of wristwatch in Spanish:

noun

  • reloj (masculine) (de) pulsera
    Example sentences
    • The physician uses a stopwatch or a wristwatch with a second hand to time this activity.
    • In our personal lives, timings are crucial also: our lives are run by wristwatches, alarm clocks, the beep-beep-beep of reminders on mobile phones.
    • Timepieces tracked included staff wristwatches and beepers, wall clocks, bedside and central patient monitors, workstation computers, and clocks on videocassette recorders.

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