Translation of car in Spanish:


coche, n.

Pronunciation: /kɑː//kɑr/


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    Motor vehicles
    coche masculine
    automóvil masculine formal
    carro masculine Latin America Southern Cone
    auto masculine Southern Cone
    to go by car ir en coche (/ carro etc. )
    • before noun car accident accidente de coches
    • car deck cubierta de coches
    • car industry industria automovilística
    • car key llave de coche
    • car license permiso de circulación
    • car number número de la matrícula del coche
    • car valeting lavado y limpieza interior del coche
    • car worker trabajador de la industria automovilística
    • Police today have warned Ford Focus owners in East Lancashire to be extra vigilant as their cars are being targeted by car thieves.
    • As dawn approached, police set up checkpoints as part of a plan to ban cars carrying fewer than four people from midtown Manhattan.
    • The highway roads carry cars and trucks from the suburbs into the city.
    • I was able to drive the cars on both the roads around Atlanta and at the track at Road Atlanta Raceway.
    • There were old people coming to her premises by car who were not able to park outside her shop because of the taxi ranks.
    • It is necessary to move buses on separate lanes, as the impact of one bus on the road is equivalent to that of four cars.
    • It is difficult to get to by car, the roads are very crowded and it is not always the best drive.
    • While a caller was reporting the first incident, a second crash involving four cars happened on the northbound carriageway.
    • Crowds elsewhere in the city threw stones at police and blocked roads with cars and buses.
    • The road police examines all cars that come into Moscow and leave it.
    • The city council is flexing its muscles after becoming the first local authority in the north west with the power to tow away cars without valid road tax.
    • These include closing some roads to cars, buses and lorries on Sundays so that people can walk, run and cycle in safety.
    • The equation is very simple - high powered cars on poor quality roads is not a recipe for success.
    • The only things that existed were Lucy, me, and the sound of the car wheels on the road.
    • Residents of a treacherous road where 13 cars have crashed into a single home are petitioning to reduce speed in the area.
    • An elderly man involved in a car crash four days ago died yesterday in hospital.
    • I have frequently been squeezed into the kerb by car drivers who think that two wheels plus four, will fit.
    • The court heard that early last Wednesday the women pulled up at traffic lights in front of a police vehicle and left their cars blocking the road.
    • For moving freight, and people travelling with heavy loads or equipment, we need road space for cars and commercial vehicles.
    • If an innkeeper who keeps a public house provides a car park, he invites those members of the public who find it convenient to come by car to leave their cars in that car park.
    • The Newark stop took 7 minutes and I noticed a forklift truck at one of the mail cars.
    • Amtrak has sold its mail cars and is getting improved dispatching from the Union Pacific Railroad.
    • The brewery receives covered hopper cars of grain, rice, hops, and an occasional car of carbon dioxide.
    • We have our own dining car so, let's meet in there about half an hour after we board.
    • This morning the Jasper Red Leaf coaches are on the front and our dome car is on the rear.
    • Twelve tons would have been the maximum capacity for one of these coal cars.
    • Nine cars of a coal train derailed early Tuesday about 13 miles east of Gillette, Wyoming.
    • On the return trip the empty cars are handled like any other freight car in captive service.
    • Our train consists of six coach class cars, a cafe car, and one business class car.
    • When No.4 arrived from Cincinnati, three mail storage cars were removed from the train.
    • I was also amazed to find that the items from the diner car were not so bad at all!
    • She was switching standard gauge cars without any kind of idler car on the three rail track.
    • First-class cars included a pit toilet that opened on the tracks passing below.
    • It used mules to haul two ore cars and a flatcar one and a half miles between its mill at the foot of the mountains and its mine.
    • They soon arrived at the lift, and the car arrived within ten seconds of keying for it.
    • On the 26th of November, the balloon, fitted with its network, and having the car attached to it, was sent away from the hall of the Tuileries.
    • He had used the ring to get an express elevator car to the top of the Letap Center.
    • The Cableway will extend its operational hours weather permitting: the last car up will be at 23h00 and the last car down will be at 01h00.
    • The car-free village of Bettmeralp which is only accessible by a large-car cableway is located in the immediate vicinity of the impressive Aletsch Glacier.
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    Railways Transport
    (for passengers, freights)
    vagón masculine
    coche masculine
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    (of balloon)
    barquilla feminine
  • 4

    (of elevator)
    cabina feminine