Traducción de house-to-house en Español:


puerta a puerta, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈˌhaʊs tə ˈhaʊs//ˌhaʊstəˈhaʊs/


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    (inquiries/search) puerta a puerta
    • Police were conducting house-to-house inquiries yesterday and bullets recovered from the scene were due to undergo forensic examination.
    • Officers are carrying out house-to-house inquiries in the area and members of a specialist underwater team have conducted a search of the canal near to Belton Road Bridge.
    • Last night, a police spokesman said a motive had not been established and house-to-house inquiries and a forensic examination were continuing.
    • A fingertip search of the area - the scene of a targeted shooting in June - and house-to-house inquiries were carried out by police officers.
    • A team of detectives is working on the inquiry, backed up by operational support officers who are making house-to-house inquiries in the area.
    • But it seems the house-to-house inquiries and the trawl through CCTV footage is already reaping results.
    • The operation had included house-to-house inquiries.
    • Police said there were many cameras in the area, and officers had been searching through CCTV footage, as well as carrying out house-to-house inquiries.
    • Police conducted house-to-house inquiries over the weekend in streets near Moses Gate Country Park, Farnworth, where the attack happened.
    • Police officers have conducted house-to-house inquiries along the length of Main Street which becomes Fulford Road at the junction of Broadway.
    • Over the weekend police conducted house-to-house inquiries, re-contacted Mrs Begum's friends and family and studied CCTV.
    • Police carrying out house-to-house inquiries last week seized a number of items, including a replica gun, from the Abbeydale Road and Manor areas of the city.
    • Police have conducted a house-to-house inquiry, and are asking anyone who may have seen the girls walking along the street with the attacker to come forward.
    • Scenes-of-crimes officers yesterday carried out an examination of the area as detectives carried out house-to-house inquiries.
    • A team of officers have searched the surrounding area for any clues and have carried out house-to-house inquiries without making a breakthrough.
    • Where were the tanks parked while crews dismounted and performed house-to-house searches?
    • Two forensic officers dressed in boiler suits carried out a fingertip search and other officers were due to carry out house-to-house inquiries today.
    • Officers were last night conducting house-to-house inquiries.
    • His assailant, who escaped without any cash, was still on the loose this afternoon, and police were in the area making house-to-house inquiries.
    • Detectives yesterday made house-to-house inquiries, trying to find more information and trace people who were outside the bar when the incident took place.