Translation of manhole in Spanish:

manhole

Pronunciation: /ˈmænhəʊl/

n

  • registro (m), pozo (m) de inspección; (into sewer) boca (f) de alcantarilla, registro (m) (before n) manhole cover tapa (f) de registro or de boca de alcantarilla
    More example sentences
    • A blind man once fell into a sewer because the iron manhole cover was missing.
    • It's rusty water, leaking from conduit lines beneath a manhole cover on Riggs Road.
    • They both found a manhole cover and climbed back down into the sewer system.

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