grieta translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    (=fisura)   fissure, crack  
crevice  ,   (en la piel)    chap, crack
2      (Pol)   rift
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
atisbar a algn a través de una grieta exp.
to peep at sb through a crack

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'grieta' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
de la grieta
se estaba abriendo una grieta en la pared
1) la grieta, 2) la desavenencia
meter un palo en una grieta
1) el crac, 2) la grieta
disimular las grietas
[Fig.] (IDIOMS)
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"grieta": examples and translations in context
Hay una grieta horizontal en los cimientos. Um, there is a horizontal crack in the foundation.
El vapor se sale a través de una grieta en el concreto. Steam's coming up through a crack in the concrete.
- Una grieta en el espacio-tiempo. A rift in space and time.
Es muy probable que la grieta temporal sea simétrica. It is highly probable that the temporal rift is symmetrical.
Como si hubiera caído en una grieta en el tiempo. As if he had slipped in through some crevice in time.
Podía ver claramente que había una gran grieta directamente debajo del acantilado... And I could clearly see that there was a large crevice directly under the cliff, about 25m below me.
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