Word: pump

Category: pump

Home & Garden, Autos & Vehicles, Business & Industrial

Related words: pump

water pump, fuel pump, pump it up, breast pump, heat pump, air pump, sump pump, pool pump, oil pump, gas pump, pump room, electric breast pump, autozone, best breast pump, fuel pump cost, power steering pump, water pump replacement

Synonyms: pump

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: pump

spanish
pompa, bombear, bomba


german
herzstück, pumpe, pumpen, herz, pumps

french
coeur, pompez, pompons, pompe, pomper, ...

italian
pompa, pompare

portuguese
vaporizar, calcar, bombear, bombas, bomba, ...

dutch
hart, oppompen, pompen, pomp

russian
перекачать, выпытывать, насосать, накачать, пульсировать, ...

norwegian
pumpe

swedish
pumpa

finnish
pumpata, pumppu, sydän, avokenkä

danish
oppumpe, pumpe

czech
pumpovat, čerpat, nahustit, čerpadlo, pumpa

polish
wypytywać, pompować, pompa, pompka, przetłaczać, ...

hungarian
szivattyú

turkish
kalp, gönül, tulumba, yürek

greek
τρόμπα, φουσκώνω, αντλία

ukrainian
пемзи

albanian
zemra, pompa

bulgarian
помпа, сърце

belarusian
сэрца

estonian
pumpama, pump

croatian
pobuda, smjestiti, vodocrpilište, pumpa

icelandic
dæla

lithuanian
pompa, pumpuoti, siurblys, širdis

latvian
dvēsele, sirds, sūknis, sūknēt

macedonian
срце

romanian
pompă, inimă

slovenian
črpalka

slovak
pumpa, čerpadlo, hustilka

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The meaning and "use of": pump

noun
  • a mechanical device using suction or pressure to raise or move liquids, compress gases, or force air into inflatable objects such as tires.
  • a light shoe, in particular.

verb
  • force (liquid, gas, etc.) to move in a specified direction by or as if by means of a pump.
  • fill (something such as a tire or balloon) with liquid or gas using a pump.
  • move vigorously up and down.

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