Spanish Word for wrench  

English Word: wrench

Spanish Word: la llave inglesa, la llave
The Spanish Word for wrench
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Translated sentences containing 'wrench'
Have you found the wrench?
¿ Has encontrado la llave?
I can't loosen the nuts without the wrench.
Yo no puedo aflojar las tuercas sin la llave.
I found this wrench in the trunk.
Yo encontré esta llave en el maletero.
I have found a bigger wrench.
He encontrado una llave más grande.
I was hoping that you would be able to get the nut off with the big wrench.
Yo esperaba que tú pudieras sacar la tuerca con la llave grande.
Juan managed to get the nut off with the big wrench, so that now you can take the wheel off.
Juan logró sacar la tuerca con la llave grande, así que ahora puedes sacar la rueda.
We need the wrench to tighten the nuts.
Necesitamos la llave para ajustar las tuercas.
You can use my wrench.
Usted puede usar mi llave.
John found the key that you needed.
Juan encontró la llave que necesitabas.
I am going to need a wrench to loosen the nuts.
Yo voy a necesitar una llave para aflojar las tuercas.
Where is the wrench?
¿Dónde está la llave?
Why do you need the wrench? (to loosen the nuts)
¿Para qué necesitas la llave? (para aflojar las tuercas)
Why do you need the wrench? (there is a flat tire)
¿Por qué necesitas la llave? (hay una llanta baja)
Why do you need the wrench? (To loosen the nuts.)
¿Para qué necesitas la llave? (Para aflojar las tuercas.)
Why do you need the wrench? (There is a flat tire.)
¿Por qué necesitas la llave? (Hay una llanta baja.)
John found the wrench with which you took off the wheel.
Juan encontró la llave con que sacaste la rueda.

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