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Spanish translation of “cordon”

cordon

noun /ˈkoːdn/
a line of sentries or policemen to prevent people from entering an area
cordón (policial)
They’ve put a cordon round the house where the crime was committed.
cordon off phrasal verb to enclose with a cordon
acordonar
The police cordoned off the area where the gunman was.
(Definition of cordon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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