I live in India, and I speak Hindi, Punjabi and English very well. I have also been learning some more languages.
Transportation, and modes of transportation, are an essential part of day-to-day life.
This article will discuss the names of different means of transportation in the Spanish language. The Spanish words for the modes of transportation have also been provided alongside their English meanings in a list to help readers learn them easily.
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Coche(In Spain)/Carro(Mostly in South American countries)
Tren de Carga
Coche de policía
Camión de bomberos
The word vehicle translates to vehiculo in the Spanish language.
The Spanish word for the car is coche. The word coche is used in Spain mostly. Another word for car in Spanish is carro. It is used in North American countries.
The train is called tren in Spanish.
The Spanish word for an airplane is avión. It is pronounced like "Ah-byohn".
The Spanish name for boat is barco.
The ship is called embarcación in Spanish. It is pronounced like embahrkahsyohn.
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The word for a bicycle in Spanish is bicicleta.
7. Freight Train
The freight train is called tren-de-carga in Spanish.
The Spanish name for spacecraft is astronave.
The truck is called camión in Spanish. It is pronounced like kah-myohn.
The word for a motorcycle in the Spanish language is motocicleta.
The Spanish word for a taxi is taxi.
The name for a helicopter in Spanish is helicóptero.
A rocket is called cohete in Spanish.
The Spanish noun for the hot-air-balloon is globo aerostático.
The Spanish word for a metro is metro.
16. Police car
The name for a police car in Spanish language is coche de policía.
A tractor is called tractor in Spanish.
The Spanish word for a kick - scooter is patinete.
The firetruck is called camión de bomberos in Spanish.
The name for a bus in the Spanish language is autobús.
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
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