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American English: /ˈdʒəmpˌstɑrt/

Translation of jump-start in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (hacer arrancar un coche ya sea empujándolo o haciendo un puente)
    Example sentences
    • Have you ever been able to jump-start a car that seemed to crank OK but wouldn't start on its own?
    • A surprising number of optic injuries are caused by bungee cords, sparks from using tools or jump-starting a car, or from flying champagne corks.
    • He was actually really nice, the way he offered to try to jump-start the car.

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