- 1.1 [país/ciudad] recorrieron toda España en tren they traveled o went all over Spain by train ha recorrido mucho mundo he has been all over the place o the world recorrimos toda la costa del sur we went o traveled the whole length of the south coast recorrimos toda la ciudad en busca de otro igual we scoured the whole city looking for another one like it, we searched the whole city for another one like it recorrerla (Chi) [familiar/colloquial] to live it up [colloquial/familiar] 1.2 [distancia/trayecto] to cover, do ya hemos recorrido más de la mitad del trayecto we have already covered o done more than half the distance 1.3 (con la mirada) recorrió la habitación con la mirada he looked around the room mientras recorría la carta con la vista while I looked through o ran my eyes over the letter
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