Translation of dead end in Spanish:

dead end

noun/nombre

  • 1 (street) callejón (masculine) sin salida
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    • I drove down the road to an empty dead-end street with brush and overgrowth all over the place, not a building in sight.
    • Holly went to drop her bags off at her house, which was all the way at the end of our dead-end street, and I went up to my room.
    • Most Thorndon side roads are dead ends, narrower than varicose veins and have a topography that even a goat would baulk at.
  • 2 (situation) callejón (masculine) sin salida to come to o reach a dead end llegar* a un callejón sin salida or a un impasse
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    • This longing usually takes over when they feel constrained or trapped in a situation such as a dead-end job, an unhappy marriage, or have settled into a routine that hints of boredom.
    • Desperation is the key factor; each character wants to break out of their dead-end situation, but in the end they always opt to hold on.
    • Slacker Jeff (played with an enviable edge by Chris Fassbender) is slowly going mad in a dead-end job and can't be bothered to attend more than one class at a local community college.

adjective/adjetivo (dead-end)

  • 2 (without prospects) [colloquial/familiar] a dead-end job un trabajo sin porvenir or futuro

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