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Translation of "sewer" - English-Spanish dictionary

sewer

noun /ˈsjuə/
an underground pipe or channel for carrying away water etc from drains alcantarilla, cloaca an open sewer.
sewage /-idʒ/ noun
waste matter (carried away in sewers) aguas residuales raw sewage.
sewage farm noun
a place where sewage is treated and disposed of. estación depuradora
Translations of “sewer”
in Vietnamese cống rãnh…
in Thai ท่อน้ำเสีย…
in Malaysian pembentung…
in French égout…
in German der Abwasserkanal…
in Chinese (Traditional) 下水道, 排水管, 陰溝…
in Indonesian selokan…
in Russian канализация…
in Turkish lağım…
in Chinese (Simplified) 下水道, 排污管, 阴沟…
in Polish ściek, kanał (ściekowy), kanalizacja…
(Definition of sewer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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