Translation of neighborhood in Spanish:
- 1.1 (residential area)(before noun) (school/policeman)neighborhood watch o (in American English also) patroldel barriodel vecindario(vigilancia de una calle, barrio etc a cargo de sus propios habitantes)Example sentences1.2 (inhabitants)
Example sentences1.3 (vicinity) in the neighborhood
- As well, family units sit within a neighbourhood and wider community of other families that identify with a common cause, that of a decent life with those we love.
- Books were distributed in communities and neighbourhoods, and to family members and friends.
- Different classes of people have long sorted themselves into neighborhoods within a city or region.
in the neighborhood of $50,000en los alrededoresen or por la zonacerca de or alrededor de 50.000 dólaresExample sentences
- Social interactions based on neighbourhood have been deteriorating for decades - particularly in highly transitory urban areas.
- Both sets of protagonists are torn between the American Dream of fame and fortune and the more comfortable pull to stay true to your station in life and neighbourhood.
- Ottawa has shown it has considered the question about the neighbourhood surrounding Iraq no more than it has given any thought to the question inside Iraq.
- The neighbourhood surrounding the Medical Academy was the biggest surprise as transactions there were few.
- Wait a while and a map of west London will open up showing the precise location of the shot and all the other photos taken in the surrounding neighbourhood.
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In Spain, a geographical, social, and culturally homogeneous region, with a clear natural or administrative demarcation is called a comarca. Comarcas are normally smaller than