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2 Translation results for land in Spanish

noun | verb

land noun

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lands
tierra; terreno; país, nación; mundo, dominio

Example sentences of
land noun

  • The land stretched as far as you could see.
  • They cleared some land to grow crops.
  • After two days of sailing, we were miles from land.
  • the land along the highway
  • They invaded the country by land and by sea.
  • They own land in Alaska.
  • They bought some land and built a house.
  • His lands extend as far as the eye can see.
  • We live in a beautiful land.
  • He was the most powerful politician in the land.
  • the lands of the Far East

Synonyms of
land noun

land verb

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landed, has landed, is landing, lands
desembarcar (pasajeros de un barco), hacer aterrizar (un avión); aterrizar, tomar tierra, atracar; pescar, sacar (un pez) del agua; posarse; conseguir, ganar; dar, asestar

Example sentences of
land verb

  • The plane landed on the runway.
  • We watched the seaplanes landing on the water.
  • The bird landed in a tree.
  • A butterfly landed on the flower.
  • Our flight was scheduled to land in Pittsburgh at 4:00.
  • It was raining heavily at the airport when we landed.
  • The pilot was able to land the plane on the runway.
  • The golf ball landed in the trees.
  • I could not see where the ball landed.
  • The cat fell from the tree but landed on its feet.

Synonyms of
land verb

Related phrases for land

Reverse translation for land

tierra  - land, ground, earth, country, homeland, soil 
terreno  - terrain, earth, ground, plot, tract of land 
país  - country, nation, region, territory 
nación  - nation, country, people (of a country) 
mundo  - world 
dominio  - dominion, power, mastery, domain, field 
desembarcar  (pasajeros de un barco) - to disembark, to unload 
hacer aterrizar  (un avión)
aterrizar  - to land, to touch down 
atracar  - to dock, to land, to hold up, to rob, to mug 
pescar  - to fish, to go fishing, to fish for, to catch, to get a hold of, to land 
sacar del agua  (un pez) - to kick off (in soccer or football), to pull out, to take out, to get, to obtain, to serve (in sports), to get out, to extract, to stick out, to bring out, to pull off, to introduce 
posarse  - to land, to light, to perch, to settle, to rest 
conseguir  - to get, to obtain, to achieve, to attain, to manage to 
ganar  - to win, to win, to gain, to profit, to earn, to acquire, to obtain 
dar  - to give, to suffice, to be enough, to deliver, to hand over, to hit, to strike, to yield, to produce, to perform, to give off, to emit 
asestar  - to aim, to point (a weapon), to deliver, to deal (a blow) 
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