Translation of populate in Spanish:

populate

Pronunciation: /ˈpɑːpjəleɪt; ˈpɒpjʊleit/

vt

  • poblar* densely populated densamente poblado sparsely populated con poca densidad de población
    More example sentences
    • The city is densely populated with the second highest number of people per hectare in the whole of the south-east.
    • The crash site is densely populated with lots of small homes.
    • Pretty soon the place was populated with everybody from gypsies to prime ministers to people with turbans running around - it was indeed an Orson party.

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