Spanish Word for cellar  

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English Word: cellar

Spanish Word: sotano, sótano
The Spanish Word for cellar
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Translated sentences containing 'cellar'
The wine cellar should be a dark, dry place.
La bodega debe ser un lugar oscuro y seco.

The child is thoroughly confused and lives shut up in a cellar.
El niño no comprende nada y vive escondido en un sótano.
In Spain, a 44-year-old disabled woman was confined by her parents to a cellar six feet deep from the age of four.
En España los padres de una mujer con discapacidad de 44 años de edad la encerraron en un sótano de dos metros de profundidad desde los cuatro años.
That is something we Alemannians can welcome too, even though people say that when we want to laugh we go into the cellar to do it.
Eso es algo que también los alamanes podemos acoger con satisfacción, aunque la gente diga que cuando queremos reírnos bajamos al sótano.
To sum up, we are a little bit like the man whose roof is leaking, but instead of fixing it he starts to wallpaper his cellar.
Es como si hubiera goteras en el techo de casa y, en vez de arreglarlas, empapeláramos el tejado.
The cooperative cellar at Arques, for example, produces 6 million bottles and serves more than 500 producers.
La bodega cooperativa de Arques, por ejemplo, produce 6 millones de botellas y cuenta con más de 500 productores.
You cannot reasonably envisage having five million policemen, one in each kitchen, one in each attic, one in each cellar, for this is where these drugs are made.
Se puede razonablemente pretender que haya cinco millones de policías, uno en cada cocina, uno en cada granero, en cada bodega, ya que es en esos lugares donde se fabrican esas drogas.
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