Translation of scooter in Spanish:


escúter, n.

Pronunciation /ˈskudər//ˈskuːtə/


  • 1also motor scooter

    escúter masculine
    Vespa feminine trademark
  • 2

    patinete masculine
    patín del diablo masculine Mexico
    monopatín masculine Southern Cone Venezuela
    • Larger toys, such as tricycles, scooters, slides and climbing frames, will all be popular.
    • Others whizz into the garage on machines resembling scooters with two oversized wheels, one on either side of the standing platform.
    • But a new study says less than half of all kids 5 to 14 actually wear their helmets, when on bikes, skateboards, scooters and other wheeled toys.
    • I remember I wanted to get one of those push scooters with those inflatable tires.
    • They push their shiny aluminum scooters onto the street, in formation.
    • The group is focusing on hazardous toys in four categories: toys that present a choking hazard because of small parts; balloons; toxic toys; and scooters.
    • The worker came out with a scooter, mostly colored white with black handlebars and seat.
    • Many kids would make scooters by attaching the rough, steel wheels to a two-by-four with a milk crate on it and then adding wooden handlebars for steering.
    • As summer arrived, so did the big wooden crates bringing wonderful dolls, mechanical toys, pedal cars, tricycles, scooters, dolls' prams.
    • A sharp rise in injuries related to using foot propelled scooters is leading to an increased demand that children using them should wear mandatory protective gear.
    • Motorless aluminum scooters with in-line skate wheels fall into another category, but aren't street-legal either.
    • Each day I lose to a bunch of kids who lurk in my neighborhood - on those little push scooters.
    • With extremely low rolling resistance from wheels made by molding polyurethane onto aluminum centers, this scooter is fast, fun, effective transportation.
    • In 1998, 2200 people in the UK were involved in accidents involving children's scooters.