stretcher

stretcher
['stretʃə(r)]
nome med. barella f., lettiga f.
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noun (a light folding bed with handles for carrying the sick or wounded: The injured man was carried to the ambulance on a stretcher.) barella
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stretcher /ˈstrɛtʃə(r)/
n.
1 chi tende, tira, stira, ecc. (► to stretch)
2 barella; lettiga
3 dispositivo per allargare (o tendere); tenditore; stenditore; forma: a glove stretcher, un allargaguanti; a shoe stretcher, una forma per scarpe; un allungascarpe
4 (edil.) mattone per piano
5 (naut.) puntapiedi; pedagna; pedaliera (di canotto)
6 (pitt.) telaio (per tendere la tela)
7 (di tavolo a cancello) traversa del cancello
8 (fam.) balla (fig.); esagerazione; bugia
stretcher-bearer, (med.) barelliere; (mil.) portaferiti; portantino (fam.) □ (mil.) stretcher party, reparto di portaferiti □ canvas stretcher, telaio di quadro (per tendere la tela).
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['stretʃə(r)]
nome med. barella f., lettiga f.

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