Spanish Word for balcony  

English Word: balcony

Spanish Word: balcón
The Spanish Word for balcony
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Translated sentences containing 'balcony'
If it is not possible to exit the house, go to the balcony and wait there for our arrival.
Si no es posible salir de la vivienda, vayan a la terraza y esperen ahí a que lleguemos nosotros
I'm looking for a flat with the following characteristics: two rooms, kitchen, living room, two bathrooms and balcony.
Estoy buscando un piso de las siguientes características: dos habitaciones, cocina, salón, dos baños y terraza
We sit at the balcony.
Nosotros nos sentamos en la terraza.
How much is it on the balcony?
¿Cuánto cuestan las entradas para el balcón?
Put the republican flag on the balcony.
Pone la bandera republicana en el balcón.

The time has passed when it could confine itself to watching the drama unfold from its Mediterranean balcony seat.
Ha pasado la época en que podía contentarse con observar el escenario del drama, desde su palco mediterráneo.
The citizens of Europe are sitting in the balcony and they heard today, in an election year, something extraordinary.
En la galería están presentes ciudadanos de Europa que han escuchado hoy, en un año de elecciones, algo extraordinario.
   First of all, let me cordially welcome the delegation of women from the town of Lazio in Italy who are listening to our discussion from the balcony.
   – Ante todo, permítanme que dé cordialmente la bienvenida a la delegación de mujeres de la ciudad de Lazio, en Italia, quienes están escuchando nuestro debate desde la tribuna.
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