madriguera translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    (=refugio)   [+de animales]   den, burrow  
[+de conejos]  
[+de tejones]  
2    [+de ladrones]   den
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
excava su madriguera en la tierra exp.
it digs its hole in the earth

Entry related to:excavar

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'madriguera' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
meterse en su madriguera
meterse en su madriguera
hacer madrigueras en
un montículo lleno de madrigueras de conejo
los conejos hacen madrigueras que pasan debajo de la valla
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"madriguera": examples and translations in context
Pronto te sacaré de la madriguera. I'll soon get you out of your burrow.
Ahí tenemos una madriguera, donde se encuentra la comida. What we've got is a burrow. That's where the forage was.
Hay suficiente nieve donde cavar una madriguera. Lots of snow in which to dig a den.
Y saca de la madriguera la escoria Luterana... He chases from the den the Lutheran scum...
Vive en Brooklyn, en una madriguera. Lives in brooklyn in a rabbit hole.
No me esconderé en la madriguera de nuevo. I'm not going down that rabbit hole again.
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