Translation of wall in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (freestanding)(of castle, city)I'd put them up against a wall and shoot themgarden wall sea wall the Berlin Wall (History)yo los llevaría a todos al paredónHadrian's Wallel muro de Berlínit's like talking to a brick wall to go/be driven to the wall (company/business)la muralla or el muro de Adrianoup the wallI was going o crawling up the wall with boredomirse a piqueshe drives me up the wallestaba que me trepaba or subía por las paredes del aburrimientoshe'll go up the wall when she finds outme saca de quiciome enervase va a poner furiosa cuando se entereExample sentences1.2 (barrier) a wall of fire/flames/silence
an impenetrable wall of prejudiceuna barrera de fuego/llamas/silencioto come up against a brick walluna barrera infranqueable de prejuiciosdarse de narices contra una paredExample sentences
- The Washburn Valley is true Dales country, with stoutly-built stone barns and sinuous walls dividing up the fields of deep velvety green.
- The slow seep through the garden wall made the whole area under the grapes a muddy swamp.
- By the time I got to the drystone wall that divides the plot from the public footpath and the beck, the sobs had changed to screams of rage.
- Detectives met a wall of silence despite being convinced that several local people knew who was responsible.
- Bullet-proof glass and protective walls will hopefully put paid to any terrorist attacks.
- He carried on his celestial observations alone from a tower situated on the protective wall of the cathedral.
- 2 (of building, room) is that an outside or a common o (British English) party wall?this must not go o pass beyond these (four) walls¿esa pared es exterior o medianera?to have one's back to the wallesto que no salga de aquíwalls have ears (before noun) wall bars (Sport)estar en un apuro or en un aprietowall light/lampespalderas (feminine plural)
- 3 3.1 (of stomach, artery) 3.2 (of tire)Example sentences
- At the strategic location of Pointe du Hoc, American Rangers scaled the cliff walls on D-Day.
- Up close, the walls were like the surface of the moon, made vertical.
- Describing the feeling of what it is like to scale a craggy wall with ease, Kirsty likened the experience to a Zen state.
- The outer layer of the wall of the large intestine is weaker in some areas than in others.
- The outer wall of the braincase becomes the alisphenoid and the dermal skull bones.
- There were several points of adhesion from the lung to the chest wall and to the mediastinal pleura.
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