Spanish Word for elevator  

English Word: elevator

Spanish Word: el ascensor
The Spanish Word for elevator
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Translated sentences containing 'elevator'
How reliable is the elevator?
¿Qué tan fiable es el elevador?
The elevator operator of this hotel is a very nice man.
El ascensorista del hotel es un señor muy simpático.
Yes. The elevator is over there, on the left.
Sí. El ascensor está allí, a la izquierda.
We fit in the elevator.
Nosotros cabemos en el ascensor.
Is there an elevator in the hotel?
¿Hay ascensor en el hotel?
No house has an elevator.
Ninguna casa tiene ascensor.
Can we take the elevator?
¿Podemos tomar el ascensor?
Is there an elevator in the hotel?
¿Hay ascensor en el hotel?
Once the library's elevator broke and I ended up trapped for a half an hour.
Una vez el acensor de la biblioteca se descompuso y me quedé atrapado media hora.

Finally, when it comes to catching up, some are travelling in a high-speed elevator to the designated floor, while others have to struggle on the stairs.
Por último, en relación con la reducción de diferencias, algunos marchan en un ascensor de alta velocidad a la planta indicada, mientras que otros deben subir por la escalera.
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