There are 2 main translations of lea in Spanish:

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lea

American English: /li/
British English: /liː/

noun

  • [literary]
    Example sentences
    • Some distance away, atop a grassy knoll upon the lea, they had laid her to rest in an unmarked grave, as alone in death as she had been in life.
    • Far from the bucolic paradise of popular myth, with lowing herds winding slowly o'er the lea, modern farms have as much romance as a widget factory.
    • He is also aware of the need to sow grass seed to ensure a choice of area for lea ploughing next year.

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LEA

noun

  • (in UK)
    Local Education Authority

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