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poste

Translation of poste in English:

sustantivo masculino

Compounds

poste alto

poste bajo

poste de alta tensión

poste de luz

, poste de la luz

poste de llegada

poste de salida

poste de telégrafos

poste indicador

Example sentences
  • El argentino le pegó a la pelota que se estrelló en el poste.
  • Toda la infraestructura de cableado será subterránea e incluye la iluminación con postes metálicos.
  • En medio del cerramiento construido, hay un poste de alumbrado público.

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