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indoor
American English: /ˈɪndɔr/
British English: /ˈɪndɔː/

Translation of indoor in Spanish:

adjective

  • (before noun)
    (clothes/shoes)
    para estar en casa
    (plants)
    de interior(es)
    (swimming pool/tennis court)
    you need to use a flash for indoor shots
    hay que usar el flash para fotos en interiores
    I'd prefer an indoor job
    preferiría un trabajo que no fuera al aire libre
    indoor antenna o (British English) aerial
    antena (feminine) interior
    indoor games
    deportes (masculine plural) bajo techo
    indoor soccer
    Example sentences
    • The work will see the indoor market within the shopping centre transformed.
    • However, raising a wide variety of fowl and pigs are well within the capabilities of indoor farming.
    • Unique gift for special occasions, a stunning patio and indoor plant and feature tree for parks and large gardens.

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