Translation of "shingle" - English-Spanish dictionary

shingle

noun uk /ˈʃɪŋ.ɡl̩/ us

[ no plural ] small, round stones that cover a beach or the ground by the edge of a river

guijarros
a shingle beach
I love the noise of the waves on the shingle.

a thin, flat tile usually made of wood, that is fixed in rows to make a roof or wall covering

teja de madera

US a sign outside a building that says someone is running a business, especially a doctor or lawyer

placa
hang (out) a/your shingle

to start running a business

abrir las puertas
Dr James first hung his shingle in Oakland in the mid 1970s.
shingles [ no plural ]

a disease caused by a virus that infects particular nerves and that produces a line or lines of painful red spots, especially around the waist

culebrilla
shingly adverb uk /-ɡl̩.i/ us UK
noun uk /ˈʃɪŋ.ɡl̩/ us

a thin, flat tile usually made of wood, that is fixed in rows to make a roof or wall covering

teja de madera
Several shingles had come off the roof.

US a sign outside a building that says someone is running a business, especially a doctor or lawyer

placa
hang (out) a/your shingle

to start running a business

abrir las puertas
Dr. James first hung his shingle in Oakland in the mid 1970s.
Some hang their own shingle when they are tired of the corporate 9 to 5.

[ no plural ] small, round stones that cover a beach or the ground by the edge of a river

guijarros
a shingle beach
I love the noise of the waves on the shingle.
shingles [ no plural ]

a disease caused by a virus that infects particular nerves and that produces a line or lines of painful red spots, especially around the waist

culebrilla
shingly adverb uk /-ɡl̩.i/ us UK

(Translation of “shingle” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

shingle

noun /ˈʃinɡl/

coarse gravel

guijarro
There’s too much shingle and not enough sand on this beach.

(Translation of “shingle” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)