Spanish Word for swimming-pool  

English Word: swimming pool

Spanish Word: la piscina
The Spanish Word for swimming pool
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Translated sentences containing 'swimming pool'
The hotel has a private swimming pool and beach.
El hotel tiene piscina y playa privada.
They run to the swimming pool
Ellos y ellas corren a la piscina.
Yes, there is water in the swimming pool.
Sí, hay agua en la piscina.
This afternoon I'm going to the swimming pool.
Hoy por la tarde me voy a la piscina.
The flat is in a develoment with swimming pool and sport fields
El piso se encuentra en una urbanización con piscina y campos de deporte
Pedro wants me to fall into the swimming pool.
Pedro quiere que yo caiga en la piscina.
From what time to what time can we go to the swimming pool?
¿Desde qué hora hasta qué hora se puede ir a la piscina?
Pedro wanted you to run to the swimming pool.
Pedro quería que tú corrieras a la piscina.
I like to swim, especially in a swimming pool.
Me gusta nadar, sobre todo en una piscina.
Pablo has his own swimming pool at home.
Pablo tiene su propia piscina en casa.
What time does the swimming pool open?
¿A qué hora abre la piscina?
Is the swimming-pool heated?
¿Se ha calentado el agua de la piscina?
Is the swimming-pool heated?
¿Se ha calentado el agua de la piscina?
Where is the swimming pool?
¿ Me podría decir dónde se encuentra la piscina del hotel?
The swimming pool is round.
Espero ir a España este año.

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