- 1.1 (light) faro (m); (fire) almenara (f) the police placed beacons along the road la policía colocó balizas or señales luminosas a lo largo de la carreteraMore example sentences
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- But amid the feelings of frustration, one piece of positive news shone out like a beacon of hope.
- When I saw the sign of The Dolmen Hotel all lit up it was like a beacon of hope to me.
- That said, Jerome Vareille stood out like a beacon of hope, creating or being on the end of the best of the few chances.
(radio beacon)radiofaro (masculine) 1.3(Belisha beacon)(British English/inglés británico) señal luminosa intermitente en un cruce peatonal 1.4 (inspiration) modelo (m), dechado (m)
- Rotating beacons on airfields made their debut in the early 1920s.
- What is the significance, if any, of the color and location of lights / beacons on airliners or any aircraft?
- From the late 1970s, constellations of man-made navigation satellites have taken over as beacons to guide the way.
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In Spain, a privately owned school that receives no government funds is called a colegio privado. Parents pay monthly fees. Colegios privados cover all stages of primary and secondary education.