Word: reels

Category: reels

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Related words: reels

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Synonyms: reels

spool, bobbin

Translations: reels

spanish
carretes, bobinas, rodillos, tambores, rollos


german
taumelt

french
bobines, rouleaux, moulinets, des bobines

italian
bobine, rulli, ruote, mulinelli, bobine di

portuguese
carretéis, bobinas, carretos, carretéis de

dutch
haspels, rollen, spoelen, molens

russian
катушки, барабаны, барабанов, катушек, бобины

norwegian
hjulene, hjul, sneller, hjul for, ruller

swedish
rullar, hjulen, hjul, rullarna

finnish
kelat, rullat, rullia, rullien, kiekkoa

danish
spoler, ruller, hjulene, hjul

czech
kotouče, navijáky, cívky, bubny

polish
Kołowrotki, bębny, szpule, szpulki, szpul

hungarian
orsók, tárcsákat, tárcsa, tekercsek, tárcsák

turkish
makaraları, makaralar, bobinler, silindirler, makaralı

greek
τροχούς, καρούλια, κυλίνδρους, ρόλους, μπομπίνες

ukrainian
котушки, катушки

albanian
lëkundet, të lëkundet, rrotullat, cilindrat

bulgarian
макари, Reels, рулата, Макари за, макарите

belarusian
шпулькі

estonian
rullid, Reels, rullide, rullides, reelillä

croatian
role, kalemi, vitla, rola

icelandic
hjóla, hjól, Vindurnar, hjólin, vindan

lithuanian
ritės, rites, ritėmis, rit

latvian
spoles, ruļļi, ruļļiem, spolēm, spolēs

macedonian
макари, репортажите, ленти, клопчиња, лентите

romanian
role, bobine, rolele, suluri, tamburi

slovenian
koluti, kolutih, sukanec, za sukanec

slovak
kotúče, kotúča, listu

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The meaning and "use of": reels

noun
  • a cylinder on which film, wire, thread, or other flexible materials can be wound.
  • a lively Scottish or Irish folk dance.

verb
  • wind a line onto a reel by turning the reel.
  • lose one's balance and stagger or lurch violently.
  • dance a reel.

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