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  • 1 borde del río

    (n.) = river bank [riverbank]
    Ex. People grow food in allotments and on high-rise rooftops, on river banks and roadside verges, in parks and market gardens and any piece of wasteland they can find.
    * * *
    (n.) = river bank [riverbank]

    Ex: People grow food in allotments and on high-rise rooftops, on river banks and roadside verges, in parks and market gardens and any piece of wasteland they can find.

    Spanish-English dictionary > borde del río

  • 2 margen de la carretera

    Ex. People grow food in allotments and on high-rise rooftops, on river banks and roadside verges, in parks and market gardens and any piece of wasteland they can find.
    * * *

    Ex: People grow food in allotments and on high-rise rooftops, on river banks and roadside verges, in parks and market gardens and any piece of wasteland they can find.

    Spanish-English dictionary > margen de la carretera

  • 3 margen del río

    (n.) = river bank [riverbank]
    Ex. People grow food in allotments and on high-rise rooftops, on river banks and roadside verges, in parks and market gardens and any piece of wasteland they can find.
    * * *
    (n.) = river bank [riverbank]

    Ex: People grow food in allotments and on high-rise rooftops, on river banks and roadside verges, in parks and market gardens and any piece of wasteland they can find.

    Spanish-English dictionary > margen del río

  • 4 orilla del río

    (n.) = river bank [riverbank]
    Ex. People grow food in allotments and on high-rise rooftops, on river banks and roadside verges, in parks and market gardens and any piece of wasteland they can find.
    * * *
    (n.) = river bank [riverbank]

    Ex: People grow food in allotments and on high-rise rooftops, on river banks and roadside verges, in parks and market gardens and any piece of wasteland they can find.

    Spanish-English dictionary > orilla del río

  • 5 ribera de río

    (n.) = river bank [riverbank]
    Ex. People grow food in allotments and on high-rise rooftops, on river banks and roadside verges, in parks and market gardens and any piece of wasteland they can find.
    * * *
    (n.) = river bank [riverbank]

    Ex: People grow food in allotments and on high-rise rooftops, on river banks and roadside verges, in parks and market gardens and any piece of wasteland they can find.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ribera de río

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  • find out something (about something) — ˌfind ˈout (about sth/sb) | ˌfind ˈout sth (about sth/sb) derived to get some information about sth/sb by asking, reading, etc • She d been seeing the boy for a while, but didn t want her parents to find out. • I haven t found anything out about… …   Useful english dictionary

  • find out something (about somebody) — ˌfind ˈout (about sth/sb) | ˌfind ˈout sth (about sth/sb) derived to get some information about sth/sb by asking, reading, etc • She d been seeing the boy for a while, but didn t want her parents to find out. • I haven t found anything out about… …   Useful english dictionary

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