Translation of south in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (point of the compass, direction) the south, the South it lies to the south of the citythe wind is blowing from o is in the southestá al sur de la ciudadthe house faces the southel viento sopla or viene del sur or del Sursouth by eastla casa da or mira al sursouth-southeastsur cuarta al sudeste or surestesouth-southwestsursudestesursudoesteExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (region) See examples: the south, the South a town in the south of Texas
- However, they did not realise the container was going directly to the south of Ireland, a trip that would normally take 42 hours.
- She turned to the south, the direction from which the noise had come.
- Directly to the south is a covered loggia with an outdoor fireplace.
una ciudad del sur or en el sur de Texas
- For example, if the compass reads south as you face the office's front door, then the back part of the room is the north section, the left is east, and the right is west.
- The only point left on the compass to follow was south.
- It points to every direction on the compass: north, south, east and west.
- the house faces southal surhe headed southla casa da or mira al sursouthse dirigió hacia el sur
ofsomethingit is south of New Yorkal sur dealgodown souththey live down southestá al sur de Nueva Yorklet's go down southviven en el survayamos al surExample sentences
- The team however did themselves and their many supporters who made the long trek south proud and they lost nothing in defeat against a well honed local challenge.
- As I was driving south I saw a sign for Providence Canyon and eventually a sign for Kolomoki Mounds State Park.
- The plan had been to drive south all morning, stopping off at various orchards and demonstration fields along the way.
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In Spain, a geographical, social, and culturally homogeneous region, with a clear natural or administrative demarcation is called a comarca. Comarcas are normally smaller than