Translation of village in Spanish:

village

Pronunciation: /ˈvɪlɪdʒ/

n

  • (large) pueblo (m); (small) aldea (f) the Olympic village la ciudad olímpica the global village la aldea global, el gran pueblo que es el mundo (before noun/delante del nombre) village green prado (masculine) comunal village hallsala comunal de un pueblo the village idiot el tonto del pueblo village life la vida de pueblo
    More example sentences
    • The population was essentially rural with numerous small villages and towns housing less than 1000 people.
    • The parish council has also voiced its unease at more houses in the village and wants the area for community use.
    • The building later became the village hall, then a youth hostel with community use in the winter.

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