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Mop in Spanish 🇪🇸

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mop trapeador
How to say “mop” in Spanish? “Trapeador”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “trapeador” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on mop in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Way to remember this

So there’s lots of words for mop depending where you’re from…

However, to remember this one, think of a MOP TRAPping all the dust and dirt in it.


2 years ago


normal speech: trah-peh-ah-DOR

7 months ago

trapeador info.

Tips to remember the word “trapeador”:
– Associate it with the action it represents, which is “to mop” or “trapear” in Spanish.
– Break the word down: “trapea” (from “trapo”, meaning cloth or rag) + “dor” (which is a suffix that often turns a verb into a noun indicating a tool or device in Spanish).
– Visualize the item, a mop, and think of the Spanish word when you see or use it.

– “Trapeador” in Spanish refers to the tool used for cleaning floors with a wet cloth, string, or sponge, much like the English word “mop”.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Mopa” is another word for a mop, generally referring to flat mops or dust mops.
– “Fregona” is often used in Spain and refers to the same cleaning tool.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– There doesn’t seem to be widely recognized slang meanings for “trapeador”.

Examples of sentences that use it:
– “Voy a usar el trapeador para limpiar el derrame en la cocina.” (I’m going to use the mop to clean the spill in the kitchen.)
– “Necesitamos comprar un trapeador nuevo porque el viejo ya está muy gastado.” (We need to buy a new mop because the old one is very worn out.)
– “Después de trapear el piso, déjelo secar antes de caminar sobre él.” (After mopping the floor, let it dry before walking on it.)

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