building-to-building translation | English-Spanish dictionary

building-to-building adj.
de edificio a edificio
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"building-to-building": examples and translations in context
I've spent two hours going building-to-building. He pasado las últimas dos horas visitando edificios.
I have spent the last two hours going building to building. Pase las ultimas dos horas yendo de edifico a edificio.
Usually to get from building to building in the snow. Generalmente para pasar de un edificio a otro cuando nevaba.
Chik, chik, chik... jump from... building to building. Chik, chik, chik... saltar de... un edificio a otro. Chika-chik, chik.
Chik, chik, chik... jump from... building to building. Chik, chik, chik... saltar de... un edificio a otro.
Snipers, who killed 3 of your brothers, are moving building to building. Los francotiradores, que mataron 3 de nuestros hermanos, están en el complejo, moviéndose de edificio en edificio.
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