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zone
American English: /zoʊn/
British English: /zəʊn/

Translation of zone in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (area) torrid/temperate zone
    zona tórrida/templada
    nuclear-free zone
    Example sentences
    • Though it was in the mandatory evacuation zone, fire officials decided removing the animals would be "a logistical nightmare," said the vice president of operations.
    • A buffer zone is recommended in which no irrigating is done.
    • The chain wants to convert the ground floor to what they describe as a traditional ale house and wine bar, with no-smoking zones and a family area.
    1.2
    (American English)
    distrito (masculine)

transitive verb

(American English)
  • 1.1 (divide up)
    (area/town)
    dividir en zonas or sectores
    zonificar
    1.2 (designate) it is zoned as a green area
    ha sido declarada zona verde
    Example sentences
    • The canal area is zoned for new homes and restaurants, and some redundant cotton mills are being converted into flats.
    • The Railway Square site is zoned for general business under the 2002 Waterford City Development Plan.
    • But much of the land is former industrial space that couldn't be recycled for new uses without government approval because it is still zoned for manufacturing.
    Example sentences
    • Cllr Flynn says while Westport Town Councillors won't be zoning this particular piece of land they will be making their opinions felt.
    • The list included concerns voiced by the town planners and architects on land use zoning and floor area ratio.
    • Check local regulations and zoning restrictions because some areas may have legally established separation distances.

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