Translation of venue in Spanish:

venue

Pronunciation: /ˈvenjuː/

n

  • 1.1 (for event) the venue for tonight's recital is Ely cathedral el recital de esta noche tendrá lugar en la catedral de Ely there's been a change of venue se ha cambiado el lugar donde se celebrará ( or tendrá lugar etc) venues: Boston, NY City lugares de actuación ( or presentación etc): Boston, Nueva York the match will be played at a neutral venue el partido se jugará en campo neutral the venue for the Games la sede de los juegos
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    • One of the city's most popular live venues is taking a different route this year.
    • By the 1990s, the Capitol had again established itself as one of the city's most popular entertainment venues.
    • The hall is also an ideal venue for meetings, concerts and other social and cultural gatherings.
    1.2 [Law/Derecho] territorio (m) jurisdiccional, jurisdicción (f)

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