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hoarding
American English: /ˈhɔrdɪŋ/
British English: /ˈhɔːdɪŋ/

Translation of hoarding in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 uncountable (anticipating a shortage) hoarding is characteristic of many species of rodents
    el acumular provisiones es característico de muchas especies de roedores
  • 2 countable (British English) 2.1 (screen) 2.2 (billboard)
    barda (feminine) de anuncios (Mexico)
    Example sentences
    • The hoardings display the London 2012 Candidate City logo with the words ‘Hounslow: Back the Bid’ underneath.
    • The plans were lodged by Braintree Methodist Church on the open land, which is enclosed by fencing and advertisement hoardings.
    • Turn right and follow the rim of the delightful Clashach Cove, whose story is displayed on an artistic hoarding.
    Example sentences
    • And, he says, we must learn from them in erecting hoardings.
    • Bromley is currently enlisting artists to submit 8ft x 12 ft artworks on a 170 ft length on the building-site style hoardings.
    • By definition, building site hoardings are rarely things of beauty.

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