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hereabouts also: hereabout Pronunciation: / -ˈbaʊt /
American English: /ˈhɪrəˌbaʊts/
British English: /ˌhɪərəˈbaʊts/

Translation of hereabouts in Spanish:


  • por aquí
    por acá
    here or hereabouts
    por aquí alrededor
    Example sentences
    • Our half-mile by the water is the only accessible stretch hereabouts.
    • The camp isn't the highest ground hereabouts - that's Great Close Hill.
    • I don't know what it is about west Auckland but there's a ton of filming going on hereabouts.

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