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spinney
American English: /ˈspɪni/
British English: /ˈspɪni/

Translation of spinney in Spanish:

noun plural -neys

  • Example sentences
    • And think of the features that make our landscape so gorgeously English: the hedgerows, drystone walls and the shady copses and spinneys punctuating the expanses of green.
    • To the back of the house is a wood, parkland and spinney.
    • My mum and dad sold the old farmhouse to a young, retired businessman from the South, and built a new home in the old spinney.

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