Translation of cloistered in Spanish:

cloistered

Pronunciation: /ˈklɔɪstərd; ˈklɔɪstəd/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [Architecture/Arquitectura] (before noun/delante del nombre) [courtyard/walk/garden] enclaustrado
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    • The cloistered walkways of Cambridge Crematorium are dotted with granite plaques bearing the names of the dear departed.
    • A cloistered walkway cloaked in blackness ran around the periphery of the ground floor of the atrium.
    • You walk along airy, cloistered corridors decorated with huge paintings to reach the Monasterio's 100 plus rooms and almost 20 suites.
    1.2 [outlook] limitado he had led a cloistered existence había vivido muy enclaustrado
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    • In the larger world outside the cloistered environs of Cambridge academia, the ever-shifting kaleidoscope of life was shaken yet again.
    • But sound artist Francisco Lopez is no cloistered academic, folks, no matter how many big words he tosses around.
    • Understanding something such as a random act of violence is difficult for Gerald, because of his cloistered upbringing.

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