There are 2 translations of sprawl in Spanish:

sprawl1

Pronunciation: /sprɔːl/

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  • 1.1 [person] sentarse* ( or tumbarse etc) de forma poco elegante or [colloquial/familiar] todo despatarrado he was sprawling all over the sofa estaba tumbado en el sofá todo despatarrado [colloquial/familiar] he sent him sprawling with one punch lo tumbó de un golpe
    More example sentences
    • A second corpse already lay sprawled at the policeman's boots.
    • Out on the desert white figures lay sprawled dead and dying.
    • The story ends with both lying together sprawled on a bed, as ‘Figures, waiting to be arranged’.
    1.2 [city/town/vine]to sprawl across/over sth extenderse* por algo her large handwriting sprawled across the page su letra de trazos grandes y desgarbados cubría la página

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Word of the day tropa
f
la tropa = the troops …
Cultural fact of the day

Bullfighting remains popular in many parts of Spain and some Latin American countries, and is regularly broadcast on television. During the bullfight (corrida) three bullfighters (matadores) fight a total of six bulls, two each.

There are 2 translations of sprawl in Spanish:

sprawl2

n

  • 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (of built-up area) expansión (feminine) urban sprawl expansión urbana descontrolada
    More example sentences
    • Many architecture critics go beyond opinion about the aesthetics of individual buildings, including reporting on sprawl and urban development.
    • Urban sprawl is taxing the city's infrastructure; local authorities have identified some $3 billion in much-needed transportation improvements.
    • Urban sprawl and chaos create many planning problems.
    1.2 (of person) (no plural/sin plural) she lay on the bed in a sprawl estaba toda despatarrada en la cama [colloquial/familiar] he fell in a sprawl cayó cuan largo era

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Word of the day tropa
f
la tropa = the troops …
Cultural fact of the day

Bullfighting remains popular in many parts of Spain and some Latin American countries, and is regularly broadcast on television. During the bullfight (corrida) three bullfighters (matadores) fight a total of six bulls, two each.