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Spanish translation of “detour”

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detour

noun /ˈdiːtuə/
a wandering from the direct way
desvío
We made a detour through the mountains.
Translations of “detour”
in Korean 우회로…
in Arabic انعِطاف…
in French détour…
in Italian deviazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 繞行的路,迂回路,繞行路線…
in Russian объезд…
in Turkish dolambaçlı…
in Polish objazd…
in Portuguese desvio…
in German der Abstecher…
in Catalan desviació, marrada…
in Japanese う回路…
in Chinese (Simplified) 绕行的路,迂回路,绕行路线…
(Definition of detour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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