Translation of trolley in Spanish:


trolebús, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈtrɑli//ˈtrɒli/


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      trolebús masculine

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      tranvía masculine

    • 1.3Electricity

      trole masculine
      before noun trolley pole trole masculine
      • They also had to replace the trolley pole when it escaped from the overhead wire.
      • In later years, the tarries were electrified, and poles held the trolley wire.

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    (for food, drink) carrito masculine British
    (for food, drink) mesa rodante feminine British
    (at station, airport, in supermarket) carro masculine
    (at station, airport, in supermarket) carrito masculine
    (in mine) vagoneta feminine
    to be off one's trolley estar chiflado informal
    • The group's services range from treatments to harden metals for aero-engines to providing the shine on metals used in supermarket trolleys.
    • Communal cooking in Israel will never excite the gourmet, but the meals which are wheeled to the tables on stainless steel trolleys are balanced and filling.
    • Supermarket trolleys and burned-out cars replaced the brightly coloured barges that once proudly carried grain, coal, wool, salt and timber.
    • Sebastian stood up and walked to a trolley of food that had been behind the door.
    • Without missing a beat, another aide approached the table, wheeling a trolley heaped with food.
    • Retailers recognise that some shoppers have no other way of getting their groceries home, so they won't stop people pushing trolleys out of supermarket car parks.
    • Activists went into the supermarkets, filled trolleys with pasta, and then left them at the checkout counter.
    • And while the fare is more, you get more comfort - including toilets and a food trolley service.
    • A smartly dressed waitress pushed a trolley to the table and loaded it promptly.
    • Clearing customs at an airport terminal, he insists on pushing a luggage trolley.
    • One businessman was told there were too many people on board and they could not wheel trolleys with hot drinks as it was a safety hazard.
    • It is possible they used a metal trolley to move the stolen goods, which was abandoned outside the building.
    • Choose a trolley rather than a basket as this offers you more mobility.
    • We pay for trolleys in airports and supermarkets, and for parking we either scratch a permit, ‘pay and display’ or ‘park and ride’.
    • Two of them will get an opportunity to accompany the drinks trolley during the match!
    • Catering consists of a trolley offering drinks, tea, coffee and snacks.
    • In their immaculate uniforms they go through safety procedures and tirelessly parade the aisles, pushing trolleys laden with drinks, meals and duty free.
    • The portable oven trolleys, found in each ward, ensure the food is hot, without burning, before serving.
    • A shocking exposé of the British food industry that will make readers look seriously at the contents of their supermarket trolleys.
    • Just like supermarket trolleys, baggage trolleys have a mind of their own.
    • He took to the kitchen, smashing bowls and plates, turning over trolleys and pushing over tables.
    • Supermarkets have experienced a surge in the theft of trolleys and shopping baskets since the introduction of the plastic bags tax earlier this year.
    • Supermarket trolleys are well-known for their irritating tendency to veer from the straight and narrow, apparently at their own whim.
    • For some reason, the papers were wheeled around the hall in supermarket trolleys.
    • Prisoners are fed breakfast, lunch and dinner by wardens who come down the corridors with ready-cooked food on trolleys but many inmates prefer to make their own meals in the evening.
    • A trolley is wheeled in from the kitchen, and any teachers that happen to be present at the time team together to dish out the meals.
    • Satine turns to a trolley with food and drink on it, and picks up a bottle of Champagne from the ice bucket.
    • The government knows older people will be forced out of decent jobs and forced into menial jobs like filling supermarket trolleys and opening doors for a pittance.
    • I saw several people who, like him, appeared to have their worldly possessions stacked neatly on a metal trolley.
    • Supermarket trolleys can cause back strain.
    • When it came to buckling the children into the supermarket trolley, belt use was in direct proportion to attractiveness.
    • There was no wheelchair available and she was advised to use an airport trolley.
    • We were just about to board when we were told a food trolley had activated one of the emergency chutes and they had to fly a part from Britain.
    • Apart from the used items, the showroom also sports new custom-made articles like dinner tables and bar trolleys.
    • Then, last week, the system would not operate at all, so the staff were stuck outside the block unable to return to duty - unable to get the food trolleys in, so the meals were served late.
    • In the restaurant, walking, talking robot trolleys will move around serving drinks.
    • ‘Thanks for your help,’ Keira said sarcastically, as she grabbed a metal tray off the food trolley.
    • Many parents use car seats to carry their babies or secure them in their pushchairs and supermarket trolleys.
    • Many of us spend weekend afternoons pushing the trolley round the supermarket or ambling through a shopping mall.
    • It's a small, intimate restaurant with just a few tables, a sweet trolley parked prominently in the centre of the room when you arrive.