Traducción de Bedouin en Español:


beduino, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈbɛd(ə)wən//ˈbɛdʊɪn/


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    • The sand dunes had been nearly bare of vegetation and composed of completely open and mobile sand until 1982, because of heavy grazing by Bedouin herds.
    • Within their luxurious 300 sq ft, you'll find an air conditioner/heater, Bedouin rugs and blankets on large beds, and a shower and lavatory.
    • Jordanian food is based on traditional Bedouin cooking.
    • Modesty in Bedouin society is associated with sexuality and femininity.
    • Spotting a simple black Bedouin tent, tiny as a tea leaf, at the base of an outcrop 500 times its height suddenly supplies a scale.
    • It is a rich visual rewind into the country's Bedouin past.
    • The management of these territories was a complex and highly structured process in the context of Bedouin life.
    • Scenes from Bedouin life will be performed and accompanied by the rahbab, a typical violin-like instrument, which will be played by a famous Jordanian musician.
    • There were a few camels and traditional black Bedouin tents here and there with large flocks of sheep and goats nearby.
    • According to Bedouin custom, a person afflicted or harmed by the evil eye is cared for and cured by a woman healer - an elderly lady, or the mother or grandmother of the afflicted.
    • A 40-minute coach ride led us to Bedouin tents, as much booze as you could muster and enough food to keep our South African friends very busy.
    • ‘We've always reported criminals and dangerous characters who refuse to comply with Bedouin laws to the security forces,’ he said.
    • The 23-year Russian describes how she was guided over the border by some Bedouin tribesmen.
    • The place is literally full of cream linen draped huge beds, complete with shoe-less diners sitting Bedouin style with other groups eating food off central trays.
    • Tribes and tribal allegiances spanned these borders, and while relations between nations remained positive, the flow of Bedouin migration continued unabated.
    • The cluster of dive boats in the water stands in stark contrast to the jagged Sinai mountains and Bedouin tents on the land.
    • In the recesses of their shops, they would furtively lift their veils as we bartered over Bedouin jewellery and Yemeni daggers.
    • Eventually, I do find an older building (albeit renovated) in the shape of the excellent Dubai Museum, with its evocative waxworks of souk and Bedouin life.
    • The truck is part of the foundation of contemporary Bedouin livelihoods, and as such, it intertwines with the other processes of modernization described in this paper.
    • I recently stayed with some Bedouin tribes in Jordan, where the women did the bread-making while the men slaughtered and butchered the goat for us.

nombrePlural Bedouins

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    beduino masculino
    beduina femenino
    • I told them the Bedouins sometimes catch and eat them and I also rashly told them I would catch one.
    • The Arabs of the early 7th century were Bedouins or desert nomads.
    • The Arabian horse, coveted by the Bedouins in ancient times, was bred to have great agility, powerful strength, and more stamina than any other horse.
    • There are large towns in Cyrenaica, but until recently the nomadic Bedouins dominated the countryside.
    • Archaeologists responded by buying the scrolls from antiquities dealers, then hiring the Bedouins to help them further excavate the fragments of this ancient library.
    • For those from the desert - Bedouins to Bushmen - 100-degree heat is hardly noteworthy.
    • In the middle of the strata are former Bedouins, Arabian Desert nomads, who settled in Kuwait with the advent of the oil industry.
    • Soon after, the crew was captured by Bedouins and forced to march across the Sahara for days with little food or water.
    • Yet the multiple causes affecting the Saudi Bedouins do not fit into the neat valences of event ecology, nor do they extend outward from a single environmental event.
    • The Bedouins who lead these trips never stop talking to each other, gossiping all day about a camel lost some weeks ago, or how a western woman gave some villagers a sewing machine, and how they responded and how she responded.
    • Nevertheless, Bedouins have served in paratroop units and other Arabs have volunteered for military duty.
    • When the sunrise finally came and Abdullah was no where to be found the other Bedouins would assume that the wolves had taken him instead of a goat.
    • The Bedouins who shared their tea, sweet goat butter, dates, and conversation in a tent out in the Kuwaiti desert.
    • They suspect that Bedouins may have provided arms, or helped the attackers navigate through the desert and find refuge in the mountainous areas.
    • It developed a sophisticated oral tradition through the poetry of the nomadic Bedouins before it became the language of the Islamic religion and its holy text, the Koran, in the seventh century.
    • It was due to the Quran that the Bedouins of Arabia who were engaged in rearing camels and goats could control the whole civilised world in such a short time and become the heirs to the Roman, Persian, Syriac, Indian and Greek knowledge.
    • The Bedouins are known for their weaving of fabrics, including carpets and prayer rugs made on hand-built looms, and traditional clothing that is painstakingly embroidered.
    • The nomadic peoples of the region, such as the Bedouins, have long possessed rich narrative traditions of their own, not least among them the great hilali epic cycles.
    • Now, I'm sure I read an explanation of this in a text book once, same reason Bedouins wear black robes in the desert or something like that, but I could be wrong.
    • All around are Bedouins, colorful tents, mountains and sea.