Translation of housing in Spanish:
- 1 uncountable 1.1 (dwellings)(before noun) poor housing conditionsviviendas (feminine plural)housing marketviviendas inadecuadashousing shortagemercado (masculine) inmobiliarioescasez (feminine) de viviendasExample sentences1.2 (provision of houses) See examples: the government's policy on housing
the housing of refugees in these campsla política del gobierno en cuanto al problema de la viviendael alojamiento de refugiados en estos campamentos
- The first phase of the largest development of homes under the affordable housing scheme in this country sold within the space of two weeks in May in Dublin.
- South Woodham town councillors have again stated their opposition to plans to build affordable housing and retirement flats in the town
- In late 1999, the government announced that it intended to force builders to provide social and affordable housing units within their developments.
- 2 countable 2.1 (cover)2.2 (hole)caja (feminine) protectoraExample sentences
- Which housings / trims are rated for damp location?
- Clamp a piece of straight edged waste wood in line with one of the groove lines and using the waste wood as guide, saw down to the bottom of the housing.
- Mr Greenhalgh went on: ‘Noise won't be a factor either because of state of the art noise damping equipment and acoustic housings we will install.
- Transmitter and receiver are supplied fully enclosed in housings measuring 45 x 55 x 15 mm with connectors for external dipole antennas.
- Electronic engine components are usually enclosed in plastic housings which are formed from molten plastic in injection molding machines.
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