Translation of nook in Spanish:

nook

Pronunciation: /nʊk/

n

  • 1.1 (in building) rincón (masculine) to search every nook and cranny mirar/buscar* hasta en el último rincón or recoveco
    More example sentences
    • They hugged table-legs, raced up walls, skulked under shelves and stood shivering in nooks and corners.
    • A considerable number of Goan artifacts decorate the nooks and corners.
    • Doubtless the politicians will enjoy plotting and scheming in the Jacobean nooks and corners.
    1.2 (in landscape) [literary/literario] rincón (masculine)

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