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Inglés

Traducciones detalladas de scooter de inglés a español

scooter:

scooter [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the scooter
    el scooter; la vespa
  2. the scooter (step)
    el peldaño

Translation Matrix for scooter:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
peldaño scooter; step rung; step; stile
scooter scooter
vespa scooter
- ice yacht; iceboat; motor scooter; scoter; sea scooter; water scooter

Palabras relacionadas con "scooter":

  • scooters

Sinónimos de "scooter":

  • water scooter; sea scooter; motorboat; powerboat
  • wheeled vehicle
  • motor scooter
  • iceboat; ice yacht; vessel; watercraft
  • scoter; sea duck

Definiciones relacionadas de "scooter":

  1. large black diving duck of northern parts of the northern hemisphere1
  2. a sailing vessel with runners and a cross-shaped frame; suitable for traveling over ice1
  3. a wheeled vehicle with small wheels and a low-powered gasoline engine geared to the rear wheel1
  4. child's two-wheeled vehicle operated by foot1
  5. a motorboat resembling a motor scooter1

Wiktionary: scooter

scooter
noun
  1. a child's foot-operated vehicle
  2. motor-scooter

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
scooter escúter Motorroller — zweirädriges, einspuriges Fahrzeug mit Antriebsmotor und Karosserie
scooter scooter Roller — Kurzform für Motorroller
scooter negrón macreuse — Sorte de canard sauvage.
scooter scooter scooter — Petite motocyclette caractérisée par de petites roues, un plancher plat et un carénage.
scooter patinete trottinettejouet composé d’une planche surmontée d’un guidon, portée par deux ou trois roues, sur laquelle on pose son pied, l’autre jambe étant utilisée pour se propulser.

scooter forma de scoot:

Conjugaciones de scoot:

present
  1. scoot
  2. scoot
  3. scoots
  4. scoot
  5. scoot
  6. scoot
simple past
  1. scooted
  2. scooted
  3. scooted
  4. scooted
  5. scooted
  6. scooted
present perfect
  1. have scooted
  2. have scooted
  3. has scooted
  4. have scooted
  5. have scooted
  6. have scooted
past continuous
  1. was scooting
  2. were scooting
  3. was scooting
  4. were scooting
  5. were scooting
  6. were scooting
future
  1. shall scoot
  2. will scoot
  3. will scoot
  4. shall scoot
  5. will scoot
  6. will scoot
continuous present
  1. am scooting
  2. are scooting
  3. is scooting
  4. are scooting
  5. are scooting
  6. are scooting
subjunctive
  1. be scooted
  2. be scooted
  3. be scooted
  4. be scooted
  5. be scooted
  6. be scooted
diverse
  1. scoot!
  2. let's scoot!
  3. scooted
  4. scooting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for scoot:

VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
irse a toda prisa dash away; dash off; hurry away; hurry off; run away; run off; scamper away; scamper off; scoot; scuttle away
irse con prisa dash away; dash off; hurry away; hurry off; run away; run off; scamper away; scamper off; scoot; scuttle away
irse corriendo dash away; dash off; hurry away; hurry off; run away; run off; scamper away; scamper off; scoot; scuttle away
salir corriendo dash away; dash off; hurry away; hurry off; run away; run off; scamper away; scamper off; scoot; scuttle away dash away; dash off; hurry away; hurry off; run away; run off; scamper away; scamper off
- dart; dash; flash; scud; shoot

Palabras relacionadas con "scoot":

  • scooting

Sinónimos de "scoot":


Definiciones relacionadas de "scoot":

  1. run or move very quickly or hastily1



Español

Traducciones detalladas de scooter de español a inglés

scooter:

scooter [el ~] sustantivo

  1. el scooter (vespa)
    the scooter

Translation Matrix for scooter:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
scooter scooter; vespa peldaño

Wiktionary: scooter

scooter
noun
  1. motor-scooter

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
scooter scooter Roller — Kurzform für Motorroller
scooter scooter scooter — Petite motocyclette caractérisée par de petites roues, un plancher plat et un carénage.