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acre
American English: /ˈeɪkər/
British English: /ˈeɪkə/

Translation of acre in Spanish:

noun

  • (0,405 hectáreas)
    we had acres of space
    teníamos muchísimo lugar or sitio
    Example sentences
    • Time was when being Prime Minister carried acres of responsibility with a surprising amount of free time.
    • A woeful shot in acres of space by Mullan at the top of the penalty box was embarrassingly bad.
    • A long low ball across the field found the impressive Beauchamp in acres of space.

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