Meaning of traductor in English:

traductor

Pronunciation /trəˈdʌktə/

noun

historical
  • A movable arm, fixed to the side of a railway carriage, by means of which mailbags can be picked up or deposited while the train is in motion. Usually more fully "traductor arm".

Origin

Late 17th century (in an earlier sense). From post-classical Latin traductor person who takes something to another place, translator from classical Latin trāduct-, past participial stem of trāducere+ -or.