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Spanish translation of “cordon”

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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.
Translations of “cordon”
in French cordon (de police)…
in German die Absperrkette…
in Chinese (Traditional) 哨兵線,警戒線…
in Russian кордон…
in Turkish (polis, asker, araç vb.) kordon…
in Chinese (Simplified) 哨兵线,警戒线…
in Polish kordon…
(Definition of cordon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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