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roadside
American English: /ˈroʊdˌsaɪd/
British English: /ˈrəʊdsʌɪd/

Translation of roadside in Spanish:

noun

  • borde (masculine) de la carretera/del camino
    at the roadside
    al borde de la carretera/del camino
    (before noun) roadside inn
    hostal (masculine) or hostería (feminine) de carretera
    roadside repairs
    Example sentences
    • Training horses to accept traffic, road works and roadside obstacles is more important than ever in these days of litigation and the increasing number of vehicles on the roads.
    • Vincent spends his days driving aimlessly about the French interior, stopping on occasion to read his newspaper in a park or to drink coffee in a roadside cafe.
    • The motley assortment of passengers take refuge in a roadside cafe, where they are soon cut off from the world by the storm and discover that there's a murderer in their midst.

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