Translation of cave in Spanish:

cave

Pronunciation: /keɪv/

noun/nombre

  • cueva (feminine)
    More example sentences
    • This produces stalactites and related deposits in underground caves.
    • The cavern is a natural cave carved into the rock by the sea, and widened into an underground canal by human hands.
    • The cave has two main chambers, with a series of galleries and chambers leading off them.

Phrasal verbs

cave in

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio
1.1 (collapse) [roof/tunnel] derrumbarse, hundirse 1.2 (yield) [colloquial/familiar] [government/employer] ceder

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