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reja

  
      sf  
1    [+de ventana]   bars    pl  , grille  
[+de cercado]  
railing  
MODISMOS entre rejas        
estar entre rejas      to be behind bars  
meter a algn entre rejas      to put sb behind bars  
2      (Rel)   screen
3      (Agr)  
  reja del arado   ploughshare, plowshare   (EEUU)  
4      (LAm)  
*   (=cárcel)   prison, nick **  
5      (Méx, Cos)   darn, darning
6      (Cono Sur, Agr)   cattle truck
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
reja nf.
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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
adv.
behind bars
exp.
to be behind bars
v.
to hold on to the bars
v.
to hold on to the bars
exp.
to put sb behind bars
***
'reja' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
la reja que separa el coro de la nave
n.
1) la reja de fundición enfríada, 2) la reja de un solo uso
exp.
pasar tres años entre rejas
n.
las rejas que separan el coro de la nave
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"reja": examples and translations in context
Muévanse, en fila hacia la reja. Move it along, lining' up right along the fence.
No tengo miedo, hay una reja. I'm not afraid behind the fence.
Mi esposo dejó la reja abierta. Lina: My husband left the gate open.
Necesito averiguar cómo pasar por esta reja impenetrable. Just need to figure out how to get past this impenetrable gate.
Alguien vino, desbarató la reja... Somebody came in, smashed through the grille...
Faltaban la reja y el paragolpes. But the grille here and the back bumper were missing.
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