Translation of enclose in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1 1.1 (surround) encerrar*; (fence in) cercar* a valley enclosed by high mountains un valle circundado or rodeado de altas montañasExample sentences
- The spaces in between are enclosed with glass, making two internal courtyards.
- The back of the truck was open, but the sides were enclosed with splintery, yellow wood.
- The open space around the blocks of flats was divided into semi-private areas that were enclosed with railings and gates.
(enclosed past participle of/participio pasado de)[area/space] cerrado an enclosed order [Religion/Religión] una orden de clausura
- Landowners in Winterbourne Monkton had an Act of Parliament passed in 1813 to enable them to enclose common land in the parish.
- Soon after growth accelerated when the common was enclosed and plots of land were sold off.
- Most of the land was enclosed for agriculture use.
- 2 (in letter) adjuntar, acompañar please find enclosed a copy of the original order se adjunta or se acompaña copia del pedido original I enclose a check for $500 adjunto or acompaño un cheque por $500 some samples were enclosed with the letter junto con la carta iban/venían unas muestrasExample sentences
- I wrote her a letter, enclosing a self-addressed envelope for her convenience.
- It is enclosed in a sealed envelope along with this letter.
- Meanwhile I enclose copies of two letters from the estate agent both dated 14 January 2000 for your information.
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