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dockland
American English: /ˈdɑkˌlænd/
British English: /ˈdɒklənd/

Translation of dockland in Spanish:

noun

  • (British English) (often plural)
    in London's dockland(s)
    en la zona portuaria londinense
    Example sentences
    • It was evident that the German airmen had used the smouldering fires of Saturday's raids to guide them, for the attacks were directed at the same area - London's dockland.
    • Money is now more likely to go into quality office developments in the Dublin docklands and around the city quays over the next two to three years.
    • The authorities located the stadium in the city's docklands in an effort to revitalise Melbourne's failing west side.

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