Translation of sala in English:

sala

nombre femenino/feminine noun

Compounds

sala blanca

sala capitular

  • chapterhouse

sala común

  • public ward

sala cuna

sala de banquetes

  • banquet hall

sala de chat

sala de clases

sala de conciertos

sala de conferencias

  • assembly o conference o lecture hall

sala de curaciones

sala de curas

sala de embarque

sala de espera

sala de estreno

  • [ movie theater or cinema showing new releases ]

sala de exposiciones

sala de fiestas

sala de juntas

sala de lectura

sala de lo civil

sala de lo penal

sala del trono

sala de máquinas

sala de montaje

  • assembly shed o/or shop

sala de operaciones

sala de partos

sala de preembarque

sala de prensa

sala de profesores

sala de remates

sala de remate

sala de subastas

sala de teatro

sala de televisión

  • television lounge o/or room

sala de tránsito

  • transfer lounge

sala de tratamiento

sala de urgencias

sala limpia

sala velatoria

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