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sustantivo masculino

  • el público abandonó el recinto ordenadamente
    the public left the premises/building in an orderly fashion
    recinto ferial
    (de muestras)
    exhibition site
    (de atracciones)
    el recinto diplomático
    the grounds of the embassy
    un recinto pequeño donde los enterraban
    a small enclosure where they were buried
    la valla que rodea el recinto de la central
    the fence that surrounds the power station o that surrounds the grounds of the power station
Example sentences
  • Siendo coherentes con nuestro pensamiento creemos que cada equipo debe jugar en su recinto deportivo.
  • Cerca a la medianoche el recinto está lleno.
  • Además, la gestión para construir un nuevo recinto.

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