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alleyway

  • 1 callejón

    m.
    alley, street, alleyway, back street.
    * * *
    1 back street, back alley
    \
    en un callejón sin salida figurado at an impasse, deadlocked
    callejón sin salida cul-de-sac, dead end, blind alley
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM (=calleja) alley, passage; And (=calle) main street; (Taur) space between inner and outer barriers; (Geog) narrow pass

    callejón sin salida — cul-de-sac, dead end; (fig) blind alley

    las negociaciones están en un callejón sin salida — the negotiations are at an impasse, the negotiations are stalemated

    gente de callejón And low-class people

    * * *
    masculino alley, narrow street
    * * *
    = back alley, side-street, side lane, alley, alleyway.
    Ex. The copy was grubby from use, a paperback with a photographically realistic full-color painting on its cover of an early teenage boy slumped in what looked to me like a corner of a very dirty back alley, a can of Coke in his hand.
    Ex. To gain an idea of the fineness of detail necessary to produce the circuit elements on the chip, imagine a map of the British Isles showing sufficient detail to identify even the narrowest side-street in London.
    Ex. The back entrance is off of Huntington Avenue in a service road/ side lane behind the Prudential Tower.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The Internet: superhighways, virtual alleys and dead end streets'.
    Ex. Upon questioning we find that those eminently pragmatic down-to-earth notions dwell in the darkest alleyways of metaphysics.
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    * callejón de servicio = service road.
    * callejón oscuro = dark alley.
    * callejón sin salida = blind alley, catch 22, cul-de-sac, dead end, impasse, dead end street, deadlock, standoff.
    * * *
    masculino alley, narrow street
    * * *
    = back alley, side-street, side lane, alley, alleyway.

    Ex: The copy was grubby from use, a paperback with a photographically realistic full-color painting on its cover of an early teenage boy slumped in what looked to me like a corner of a very dirty back alley, a can of Coke in his hand.

    Ex: To gain an idea of the fineness of detail necessary to produce the circuit elements on the chip, imagine a map of the British Isles showing sufficient detail to identify even the narrowest side-street in London.
    Ex: The back entrance is off of Huntington Avenue in a service road/ side lane behind the Prudential Tower.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The Internet: superhighways, virtual alleys and dead end streets'.
    Ex: Upon questioning we find that those eminently pragmatic down-to-earth notions dwell in the darkest alleyways of metaphysics.
    * callejón de servicio = service road.
    * callejón oscuro = dark alley.
    * callejón sin salida = blind alley, catch 22, cul-de-sac, dead end, impasse, dead end street, deadlock, standoff.

    * * *
    alley, narrow street
    Compuesto:
    (literal) dead end, blind alley; (situación difícil) dead end, blind alley
    estábamos en un callejón sin salida we were at o had reached a dead end, we were up a blind alley
    * * *

    callejón sustantivo masculino
    alley, narrow street;


    ( situación) dead end
    callejón sustantivo masculino back alley o street
    (sin salida) cul-de-sac, dead end
    ♦ Locuciones: han llevado la situación a un callejón sin salida, the situation is at an impasse
    ' callejón' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    salida
    - pasaje
    English:
    alley
    - blind alley
    - cul-de-sac
    - dead end
    - gun down
    - passage
    - passageway
    - alleyway
    - dead
    - lane
    - stand
    * * *
    1. [calle] alley
    callejón sin salida dead end, blind alley; Fig blind alley, impasse;
    la OTAN se ha metido en un callejón sin salida NATO has got itself into a blind alley, NATO is at an impasse
    2. Taurom = barricaded passage between the edge of the bullring and the seats
    * * *
    m alley
    * * *
    callejón nm, pl - jones
    1) : alley
    2)
    callejón sin salida : dead-end street
    * * *
    callejón n alley

    Spanish-English dictionary > callejón

  • 2 pasadizo

    m.
    passage.
    * * *
    1 passage
    * * *
    SM [interior] passage; [entre calles] passageway, alley
    * * *
    masculino passageway, passage
    * * *
    = walkway, alley, alleyway.
    Ex. Areas that may be used include: windows; promenades and walkways; entrances and foyers.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The Internet: superhighways, virtual alleys and dead end streets'.
    Ex. Upon questioning we find that those eminently pragmatic down-to-earth notions dwell in the darkest alleyways of metaphysics.
    ----
    * pasadizo secreto = secret passage.
    * * *
    masculino passageway, passage
    * * *
    = walkway, alley, alleyway.

    Ex: Areas that may be used include: windows; promenades and walkways; entrances and foyers.

    Ex: The article is entitled 'The Internet: superhighways, virtual alleys and dead end streets'.
    Ex: Upon questioning we find that those eminently pragmatic down-to-earth notions dwell in the darkest alleyways of metaphysics.
    * pasadizo secreto = secret passage.

    * * *
    passageway, passage
    * * *

    pasadizo sustantivo masculino
    passageway, passage
    pasadizo sustantivo masculino passage
    ' pasadizo' also found in these entries:
    English:
    passage
    * * *
    passage
    * * *
    m passage
    * * *
    : passageway, corridor
    * * *
    pasadizo n passage

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasadizo

  • 3 pasaje

    m.
    1 ticket (billete). (especially Latin American Spanish)
    2 the passengers.
    el pasaje (pasajeros)
    3 passage (calle).
    4 passage (fragmento).
    5 passage money.
    * * *
    1 (paso) passage
    2 (viaje) passage
    1 (tarifa) fare, ticket
    2 (pasajeros) passengers plural
    3 (fragmento) passage
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=acción) passage, passing; (Náut) voyage, crossing
    2) esp LAm (=boleto) ticket
    3) (=tarifa) fare
    4) (=viajeros) passengers pl
    5) (=callejón) passageway, alleyway; [con tiendas] arcade; Caribe, Cono Sur, Méx cul-de-sac
    6) (Literat, Mús) passage
    7) And, Caribe (=cuento) story, anecdote
    8) And (=pisos) tenement building
    * * *
    1) (esp AmL)
    a) (Transp) ticket

    un pasaje de ida/de ida y vuelta — a one-way/round-trip ticket (AmE), a single/return ticket (BrE)

    b) (ant) ( viaje) voyage, passage (dated)
    2) ( callejón) passage, narrow street; ( galería comercial) arcade, mall
    3) (Lit, Mús) passage
    * * *
    = excerpt, passage, snippet.
    Ex. Abstracts, excerpts, synopsis are kinds of reductions.
    Ex. A harmony is an arrangement of passages of the Bible on the same topic into parallel columns so that similarities and differences are readily compared.
    Ex. Automation in libraries can only provide snippets of information, not knowledge.
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    * extraer pasajes de = excerpt.
    * pasaje a = ticket to.
    * pasaje subterráneo = subway, underpass.
    * pasaje subterráneo de peatones = pedestrian underpass.
    * pasaje subterráneo para peatones = pedestrian underpass.
    * * *
    1) (esp AmL)
    a) (Transp) ticket

    un pasaje de ida/de ida y vuelta — a one-way/round-trip ticket (AmE), a single/return ticket (BrE)

    b) (ant) ( viaje) voyage, passage (dated)
    2) ( callejón) passage, narrow street; ( galería comercial) arcade, mall
    3) (Lit, Mús) passage
    * * *
    = excerpt, passage, snippet.

    Ex: Abstracts, excerpts, synopsis are kinds of reductions.

    Ex: A harmony is an arrangement of passages of the Bible on the same topic into parallel columns so that similarities and differences are readily compared.
    Ex: Automation in libraries can only provide snippets of information, not knowledge.
    * extraer pasajes de = excerpt.
    * pasaje a = ticket to.
    * pasaje subterráneo = subway, underpass.
    * pasaje subterráneo de peatones = pedestrian underpass.
    * pasaje subterráneo para peatones = pedestrian underpass.

    * * *
    A
    sacar un pasaje de ida/de ida y vuelta to buy a one-way/round-trip ticket ( AmE), to buy a single/return ticket ( BrE)
    el pasaje en avión sale más caro the airline ticket is more expensive, it's more expensive to go by air
    mi madre me regaló el pasaje my mother paid my fare
    2 ( frml)
    (pasajeros): el pasaje the passengers (pl)
    3 ( ant) (viaje) crossing, voyage, passage ( dated)
    B
    1 (callejón) passage, narrow street
    2 (galería comercial) arcade, mall
    C ( Lit, Mús) passage
    * * *

    pasaje sustantivo masculino
    1 (esp AmL) (Transp) ticket;
    un pasaje de ida/de ida y vuelta a one-way/round-trip ticket (AmE), a single/return ticket (BrE)

    2 ( callejón) passage, narrow street;
    ( galería comercial) arcade, mall
    3 (Lit, Mús) passage
    pasaje sustantivo masculino
    1 passage
    2 (pasajeros) passengers pl
    3 (billete) ticket: te regalan el pasaje, they pay your fare
    ' pasaje' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    fragmento
    - citar
    - confirmación
    - medio
    - redondo
    - reserva
    - reservar
    - subterráneo
    English:
    passage
    - air
    - excerpt
    - fare
    - liner
    - round
    - subway
    - ticket
    - under
    - work
    * * *
    pasaje nm
    1. esp Am [billete] ticket;
    el pasaje cuesta 1.000 dólares the ticket costs 1,000 dollars, the fare is 1,000 dollars
    Am pasaje abierto open ticket; Am pasaje de ida Br single, US one-way ticket; Am pasaje de ida y vuelta Br return (ticket), US round-trip (ticket)
    2.
    el pasaje [pasajeros] the passengers
    3. [calle] passage;
    [galería] arcade
    4. [fragmento] passage
    * * *
    m
    1 ( billete) ticket
    2 MÚS de texto passage
    * * *
    pasaje nm
    1) : ticket (for travel)
    2) tarifa: fare
    3) : passageway
    4) : passengers pl
    * * *
    1. (billete) ticket
    2. (pasajeros) passengers
    3. (calle) narrow street / alley
    4. (fragment) passage

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasaje

  • 4 pasillo

    m.
    corridor.
    hacer (el) pasillo to form a corridor
    pasillo deslizante travelator
    pasillo rodante travelator
    * * *
    1 corridor
    * * *
    noun m.
    corridor, aisle
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=corredor) [en casa, oficina] corridor; [en avión, teatro] aisle

    pasillo aéreo — air corridor, air lane

    pasillo móvil, pasillo rodante — travelator

    2) (Pol) lobby

    hacer pasillos — to engage in lobby discussions, lobby

    3) (Teat) (=pieza corta) short piece, sketch
    * * *
    masculino ( corredor) corridor; ( en avión) aisle
    * * *
    = corridor, aisle, hallway, walkway, pedestrian walkway, alley, alleyway, gangway.
    Ex. Many infant and junior schools have books in the entrance hall and in the corridors as well as in the classrooms.
    Ex. Compact shelving eliminates all but one aisle in any set of ranges of shelving.
    Ex. When planning a library considerations need to be made of shared space, such as hallways, staff lounges, public restrooms, meeting rooms and storerooms.
    Ex. Areas that may be used include: windows; promenades and walkways; entrances and foyers.
    Ex. This article discusses the results of a survey of users of the Metro McGill Library situated on the pedestrian walkway of the McGill metro station, Montreal, Quebec.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The Internet: superhighways, virtual alleys and dead end streets'.
    Ex. Upon questioning we find that those eminently pragmatic down-to-earth notions dwell in the darkest alleyways of metaphysics.
    Ex. The existing gangways are made of wood and exhibit signs of aging and some structural fatigue.
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    * frecuentar los pasillos del poder = stalk + the corridors of power.
    * hacer el pasillo = form + a guard of honour.
    * hacer el pasillo de honor = form + a guard of honour.
    * pasillo de salida = exit lane.
    * pasillo deslizante = travelator, moving walkway, moving sidewalk, moving pavement, walkalator.
    * pasillo móvil = travelator, moving walkway, moving sidewalk, moving pavement, walkalator.
    * pasillo rodante = travelator, moving walkway, moving sidewalk, moving pavement, walkalator.
    * pasillos del poder, los = corridors of power, the.
    * * *
    masculino ( corredor) corridor; ( en avión) aisle
    * * *
    = corridor, aisle, hallway, walkway, pedestrian walkway, alley, alleyway, gangway.

    Ex: Many infant and junior schools have books in the entrance hall and in the corridors as well as in the classrooms.

    Ex: Compact shelving eliminates all but one aisle in any set of ranges of shelving.
    Ex: When planning a library considerations need to be made of shared space, such as hallways, staff lounges, public restrooms, meeting rooms and storerooms.
    Ex: Areas that may be used include: windows; promenades and walkways; entrances and foyers.
    Ex: This article discusses the results of a survey of users of the Metro McGill Library situated on the pedestrian walkway of the McGill metro station, Montreal, Quebec.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The Internet: superhighways, virtual alleys and dead end streets'.
    Ex: Upon questioning we find that those eminently pragmatic down-to-earth notions dwell in the darkest alleyways of metaphysics.
    Ex: The existing gangways are made of wood and exhibit signs of aging and some structural fatigue.
    * frecuentar los pasillos del poder = stalk + the corridors of power.
    * hacer el pasillo = form + a guard of honour.
    * hacer el pasillo de honor = form + a guard of honour.
    * pasillo de salida = exit lane.
    * pasillo deslizante = travelator, moving walkway, moving sidewalk, moving pavement, walkalator.
    * pasillo móvil = travelator, moving walkway, moving sidewalk, moving pavement, walkalator.
    * pasillo rodante = travelator, moving walkway, moving sidewalk, moving pavement, walkalator.
    * pasillos del poder, los = corridors of power, the.

    * * *
    A
    1 (corredor) corridor
    Compuesto:
    moving walkway
    * * *

     

    pasillo sustantivo masculino ( corredor) corridor;
    ( en avión) aisle
    pasillo sustantivo masculino corridor
    ' pasillo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    fondo
    - paso
    - atravesado
    - ciego
    - estrecho
    - kilométrico
    English:
    aisle
    - corridor
    - end
    - gangway
    - passage
    - passageway
    - blunder
    - collide
    - gang
    - hall
    - walk
    * * *
    1. [en casa, edificio] corridor;
    [en avión] aisle;
    hacer (el) pasillo to form a corridor [for people to walk down];
    abrirse pasillo entre la multitud to make o force one's way through the crowd
    pasillo aéreo air corridor;
    pasillo deslizante moving walkway;
    pasillo de honor [en fútbol] guard of honour [formed by the team about to play the champions to applaud them onto the pitch];
    pasillo móvil moving walkway;
    pasillo rodante moving walkway
    2. Col, Ecuad, Pan [baile, música] = folk song and dance
    * * *
    m
    1 en vivienda, hospital corridor
    2 en avión, cine aisle
    * * *
    corredor: hallway, corridor, aisle
    * * *
    1. (de una casa, hospital, colegio) corridor
    2. (de un avión, cine, iglesia, tienda) aisle

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasillo

  • 5 travesía

    adj.
    1 traversing: applied to cattle that traverse the limits of their pasture.
    2 transverse, oblique, or lateral wind.
    f.
    trip, journey, voyage, tour.
    * * *
    1 (viaje) crossing; (por mar) voyage, crossing
    2 (calle) cross-street, passage
    3 (distancia) distance
    * * *
    noun f.
    crossing, voyage
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=calle) side street; [de pueblo] road that passes through a village
    2) (=viaje) (Náut) crossing, voyage; (Aer) crossing; (=distancia) distance travelled, distance to be crossed

    travesía del desierto — (fig) period in the wilderness

    3) (=viento) crosswind; Cono Sur west wind
    4) [en el juego] (=ganancias) amount won; (=pérdidas) amount lost
    5) And, Cono Sur (=desierto) arid plain, desert region
    * * *
    1) ( viaje) crossing
    2) (Esp) ( callejuela) alleyway, side street
    * * *
    Ex. When at one stage of his journey Christian lost his roll, he was very distressed until he found it again.
    * * *
    1) ( viaje) crossing
    2) (Esp) ( callejuela) alleyway, side street
    * * *

    Ex: When at one stage of his journey Christian lost his roll, he was very distressed until he found it again.

    * * *
    A (viaje) crossing
    B ( Esp) (callejuela) alleyway, side street
    * * *

    travesía sustantivo femenino
    1 ( viaje) crossing
    2 (Esp) ( callejuela) alleyway, side street
    travesía f (en un barco) crossing
    (en avión) flight
    ' travesía' also found in these entries:
    English:
    crossing
    - liner
    - passage
    - sea
    - voyage
    * * *
    1. [viaje] [por mar] voyage, crossing;
    [por aire] flight; [por tierra] journey;
    durante los cinco días de travesía en barco during the five-day sea crossing
    2. [calle] [entre otras dos] cross-street, connecting street;
    [en pueblo] = main road through a town
    * * *
    f crossing
    * * *
    : voyage, crossing (of the sea)
    * * *
    1. (viaje por mar) crossing
    2. (calle) street

    Spanish-English dictionary > travesía

  • 6 callejón

    • alley
    • alleyway
    • back street
    • narrow spot causing restraint
    • narrow strip
    • passage in the recitative style
    • passband
    • street

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > callejón

См. также в других словарях:

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  • alleyway — ► NOUN ▪ an alley between or behind buildings …   English terms dictionary

  • alleyway — ☆ alleyway [al′ē wā΄ ] n. 1. an alley between buildings 2. any narrow passageway …   English World dictionary

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  • alleyway — UK [ˈælɪweɪ] / US [ˈælɪˌweɪ] noun [countable] Word forms alleyway : singular alleyway plural alleyways an alley …   English dictionary

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  • alleyway — alley [ˈæli] or alleyway [ˈæliˌweɪ] noun [C] a narrow street or passage between buildings …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • alleyway — noun Date: 1788 1. a narrow passageway 2. alley 3 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • alleyway — /al ee way /, n. 1. an alley or lane. 2. a narrow passageway. [1780 90, Amer.; ALLEY1 + WAY] * * * …   Universalium

  • alleyway — noun A narrow street formed by the proximity of adjacent buildings …   Wiktionary

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