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coast to coast
American English: /koʊst tu/, /tə koʊst/ Pronunciation: / ˌkəʊst tə ˈkəʊst /

Translation of coast to coast in Spanish:


  • (American English)
    de costa a costa
    Example sentences
    • She said her husband, had got a diary of Helen's, charting the coast-to-coast walk they completed together 14 years ago.
    • Will her family get wall-to-wall and coast-to-coast coverage in the media?
    • The company also plans to complete a coast-to-coast link that will put a coffee-shop in every state.


  • (American English)
    a lo largo y ancho del país

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