Definition of coil Pronunciation
Noun
1. Something wound in the form of a helix or spiral.
The sinuous coils of a snake
2. Any intra-uterine contraceptive device (Abbreviation: IUD)—the first IUDs were coil-shaped.
3. A coil of electrically conductive wire through which electricity can flow.
4. Entanglement; perplexity.
Verb
5. To wind or reel e.g. a wire or rope into regular rings, often around a centerpiece.
A simple transformer can be made by coiling two pieces of insulated copper wire around an iron heart.
6. To wind into loops (roughly) around a common center.
The sailor coiled the free end of the hawser on the pier.
7. To wind cylindrically or spirally.
To coil a rope when not in use
The snake coiled itself before springing.
8. To encircle and hold with, or as if with, coils.
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English - English - coil Pronunciation
n. cylinder, roll; ring, link; wrapping, winding
v. bind, wrap; twist, wind
English - Spanish - coil Pronunciation
s. rollo, adujada, bobina, carrete; resorte; espiral
v. arrollar; alambrar; enrollarse
English - French - coil Pronunciation
n. rouleau; bague; bobine; spire
v. enrouler, serpenter
English - German - coil Pronunciation
n. Spule; Ring
v. winden; sich winden
English - Indonesian - coil Pronunciation
n. gelung, gelungan, belit, belitan, lilitan, lingkaran, gelendong, gulung, gulungan, liku, belok, belokan, keributan, kebisingan
v. bergelung, berlingkar, melingkar, membelitkan diri, berliku-liku
English - Italian - coil Pronunciation
s. rotolo; giro; spira; crocchia; (Mecc) serpentina; (El) bobina; matassa; (Filat) rotolo di francobolli
v. avvolgere in un rotolo, avvolgere a spirale; (Mar) addugliare, abbisciare
English - Polish - coil Pronunciation
n. zwinięcie, zwitek, zwitka, zwojnica, zwój, lok, spirala, cewka {elektr.}, pierścień, wężownica, przegub, tumult
v. obwijać, zwijać, nawijać, owinąć, okręcać się, obwinąć, zwinąć, nawinąć, owijać
English - Portuguese - coil Pronunciation
s. bobina; rolo, espiral; caracol, cacho, anel
v. bobinar; enrolar
English - Romanian - coil Pronunciation
n. bobină {electr.}, buclă, încovrigare, încolăcire, rotocol, zbucium, bucluc
v. înfăşura, bobina, încolăci: se încolăci, încovriga: se încovriga
English - Russian - coil Pronunciation
с. виток, кольцо; веревка; бухта провода, катушка [эл.]; змеевик; проволочная спираль; шум, суматоха, суета
г. свертываться кольцом, свертывать спиралью; укладывать в бухту; наматывать, обматывать, свертываться; извиваться, извивать
English - Turkish - coil Pronunciation
f. sarmak, dolamak, kangal yapmak, bukle yapmak, sarılmak, dolanmak
i. kangal, halka; yay, bobin, bukle, tomar, yumak, kargaşa, gürültü, patırtı
English - Ukrainian - coil Pronunciation
n. обруч, кільце, котушка, змійовик
v. намотувати, обвиватися, намотати
English - Dutch - coil Pronunciation
zn. rol; ring; het opwinden
ww. rollen; opwinden
English - Greek - coil Pronunciation
ουσ. κότσος, κουλούρα, ταραχή, έλιξ, σπείρα
ρήμ. συσπειρώνω, τυλίγω, περιτυλίσσομαι, συσπειρώμαι, περιτυλίσσω
English - Arabic - coil Pronunciation
‏ملف، لفة، سلك موصل ملفوف، إضطراب، سلسلة أنابيب‏
‏لف، إلتف الثعبان‏
English - Chinese - coil Pronunciation
(名) 卷, 圈; 线圈, 绕组; 匝#子宫节育环
(动) 卷, 盘绕; 把...卷成圈; 成圈状; 盘绕
English - Chinese - coil Pronunciation
(名) 卷, 圈; 線圈, 繞組; 匝#子宮節育環
(動) 卷, 盤繞; 把...卷成圈; 成圈狀; 盤繞
English - Hindi - coil Pronunciation
n. कुंडल, वक्र, लच्छा
v. अटेरना, लच्छा बनाना
English - Japanese - coil Pronunciation
(動) 巻く; 巻きつく
(名) 巻いたもの; とぐろ; 1巻き; コイル
English - Korean - coil Pronunciation
명. 원통, 원주; 고리; 둘둘 말아올린 것, 감겨진것, 사리
동. 똘똘 감다; 사리를 틀다
English - Vietnamese - coil Pronunciation
n. cuộn, xôn xao, huyên náo, cuốn tròn, chỗ quanh co, chỗ uốn khúc, sự om xòm
v. ngoằn ngoèo, quanh co, uốn khúc, ôm xòm, cuộn, cuốn, quấn


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Dictionary Extension
Synonyms for coil
1. curl: spiral, turn, wind, twist, entwine, convolute, loop
2. helix: wind, twist, scroll, corkscrew, convolution, curl, spiral
Verb forms for coil
Present participle: coiling
Present: coil (3.person: coils)
Past: coiled
Future: will coil
Present conditional: would coil
Present Perfect: have coiled (3.person: has coiled)
Past Perfect: had coiled
Future Perfect: will have coiled
Past conditional: would have coiled