There are 3 main translations of slew in Español

: slew1slew2slew3

slew1

(US slue)

Pronunciación: /slu//sluː/

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    to slew the car/boat around / round dar la vuelta
    • she slewed the car to the right to avoid the child dio un giro brusco a la derecha para esquivar al niño

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    (skid)
    patinar
    the car slewed to the left el coche dio un giro brusco a la izquierda

There are 3 main translations of slew in Español

: slew1slew2slew3

slew2

Pronunciación: /slu//sluː/


There are 3 main translations of slew in Español

: slew1slew2slew3

slew3

(US slue)

nombre

coloquial

  • 1

    a (whole) slew of people/letters una pila de gente/cartas América del Sur coloquial
    • None of the batsmen could top 31, and a slew of single-digit scores saw them slump to 107 all out.
    • A slew of elementary-school field trippers trekked through the exhibits last week, along with hard-core history buffs from the surrounding area.
    • We'll have a slew of major establishment players running simply because it's ‘their time to run.’
    • Every few minutes whistles sounded and the workers left the hill as a slew of garbage came raining down, erecting the pile higher again.
    • Gates offers a slew of models for redistributing wealth and reclaiming natural resources.
    • As you can see from a slew of the posts below, there's just no end of scandals, investigations and - generally speaking - muck to be raked nowadays.
    • And then all of a sudden we had a slew of defectors come out in the mid- and late 1990s and what they told us was that everything that we had thought was wrong.
    • But this complicates the question as much as it clarifies it, because ‘war’ also involves a slew of protections.
    • Throughout college, I had a slew of unpaid internships.
    • Normally there would have been a slew of scores around 37-35 but under the wet conditions, the ball just did not travel as most expected.