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boundary
American English: /ˈbaʊnd(ə)ri/
British English: /ˈbaʊnd(ə)ri/

Translation of boundary in Spanish:

noun plural -ries

  • within the parish boundaries
    dentro de los límites or los or las lindes de la parroquia
    the boundary between fiction and fact
    la frontera or la línea divisoria entre la ficción y la realidad
    (before noun) boundary line
    linde (masculine) or (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Meandering through the Oxfordshire countryside, the river marks the eastern boundary of the public part of the garden.
    • To the west of this is Chile, with the border marking the western boundary of the national park.
    • The line came to be regarded as marking the northern boundary of the area where agriculture could be safely pursued.

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