Translation of trecho in English:
nombre masculino/masculine noun
- 1 1.1 (tramo) stretch su carrera política ha tenido trechos difíciles her political career has been through difficult periods o/or (inglés británico/British English) patches a trechos here and there de trecho en trecho every so often, at intervals 1.2 (distancia) aún nos queda un buen trecho we still have a good distance o/or a fair way to go todavía hay un trecho hasta su casa it's still a fair o/or good way to her house eres joven y aún te queda un trecho por recorrer you're still young and you have a lot of years ahead of you
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