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confined
American English: /kənˈfaɪnd/
British English: /kənˈfʌɪnd/

Translation of confined in Spanish:

adjective

  • in the confined atmosphere of a country town
    en el ambiente cerrado de una ciudad de provincia
    Example sentences
    • Another feature solves the problem of how to have a leisure area in a confined space.
    • She said the family had slept in their kitchen and the children could not do their homework because of the confined space.
    • So we'll be left with the sort of people who show off on stage at hypnosis gigs acting up in a confined space and trying to root each other.

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