There are 5 translations of bay in Spanish:

bay1

Pronunciation: /beɪ/

noun/nombre

  • [Geography/Geografía] bahía (feminine) the Bay of Biscay el golfo de Vizcaya
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    • Every evening, young lovers meet on the Malecón, a long promenade that curves round the bay.
    • It was an amazing panorama over Hobart, the Derwent Valley and all the inlets, bays and coves that meet the Southern Ocean.
    • Standing a moment longer on the shore he watches the dinghy, until it tacks out of sight on the far side of the broad bay, heading for harbour.
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    • It was imperative to get into the sheltered bays near to the mountains as soon as possible where we might find some respite from the impending storm, so we pressed on relentlessly for another hour or so.
    • As Trevor said this, they passed over the mountains, showing a bay with a large city surrounding it.
    • The Paceville district (pronounced ‘Patchyville’), where she will stay, lies on a hill between two bays.

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There are 5 translations of bay in Spanish:

bay3

Pronunciation: /beɪ/

noun/nombre

  • 1
    (loading bay)
    muelle (masculine) or plataforma (feminine) de carga
  • 3 [Architecture/Arquitectura] (in house) saliente (masculine) or (feminine); (in church) crujía (feminine)

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There are 5 translations of bay in Spanish:

bay4

Pronunciation: /beɪ/

adjective/adjetivo

noun/nombre

  • (horse, pony) caballo (masculine) zaino or castaño

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There are 5 translations of bay in Spanish:

bay5

Pronunciation: /beɪ/

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • 1 (bark) [hounds] aullar* to bay at the moon aullarle* a la luna
  • 2 (make demands) newspapers were baying for the arrest of those responsible la prensa clamaba por que se detuviera a los responsables

noun/nombre

  • 2at bay acorralado to bring sth/sb to bay acorralar algo/a algn to keep o hold sth/sb at bay mantener* algo/a algn a raya, contener* algo/a algn

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