Translation of vending machine in Spanish:

vending machine

máquina expendedora, n.

Pronunciation /ˈvɛndɪŋ məˌʃin//ˈvɛndɪŋməʃiːn/

noun

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    máquina expendedora feminine
    distribuidor automático masculine
    • The other important element of my bill is to ensure that only healthy food is sold in vending machines within our schools.
    • Junk food vending machines should be removed from schools and places of employment.
    • A related complaint was kids' easy access to cigarettes via vending machines.
    • Inside the building where we're based, there are more than 20 cigarette vending machines.
    • Coin vending machines have already been installed at the City Railway Station.
    • Inside, he stops at a vending machine, inserts the same card and purchases a soft drink.
    • Taking vending machines that sell junk food out of schools is another good plan.
    • Rei had gone with her grandma to get something to drink from the vending machine.
    • When I'd buy a drink from the vending machine, they would gladly do the honors of putting the coin inside.
    • In Finland, you can now buy soft drinks from vending machines via cellular phones.
    • The report also calls for a ban in England and Wales on adverts on fast food vending machines in schools, as there is in Scotland.
    • To help make ends meet, some schools have installed vending machines selling soft drinks and snacks.
    • The Coca-Cola corporation has nearly 300,000 vending machines across the continent.
    • There was an agreement that vending machines for cigarettes should show only 100 packets.
    • Changes would have to be made to pay and display meters and vending machines to accept new coins.
    • They can be bought from pharmacies, supermarkets, vending machines and via mail order.
    • It is more convenient for schools to let food manufacturers fill their vending machines, but is it the best option for children?
    • Blondie and Hydro didn't notice because they were getting food from the vending machine.
    • Mark grudgingly admitted that it was hard to beat a school whose vending machines dispensed ramen.
    • Perhaps the epitome of this efficiency is the popularity of the vending machine as a retail format.