Llave
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Llave

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Etymology

From Latin cl?vis, cl?vem ("key").

Noun

llave f (plural llaves)

  1. key

Spanish

Etymology

From Latin cl?vis ("key"), from Proto-Italic *kl?wis, of ultimately Proto-Indo-European origin. Doublet of clave. Cognate with English clef.

Pronunciation

Noun

llave f (plural llaves)

  1. key (to open doors)
  2. key (of musical instrument)
  3. key (in heraldry)
  4. spanner, wrench
  5. faucet, tap, water tap, spigot
    Synonyms: grifo, canilla, paja, pluma
  6. curly bracket ({ and })
  7. switch (a device to turn electric current on and off or direct its flow)
    Synonym: interruptor
  8. (wrestling) hold (position or grip used to control the opponent)
  9. (uncountable) A game where a small metal disc is thrown at a small metal structure

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