Traducción de outlying en Español:


alejado, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈaʊtlʌɪɪŋ//ˈaʊtˌlaɪɪŋ/


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    (islands/villages) alejado
    (villages/islands) distante
    (hills/suburbs/area) de la periferia
    • Access routes to emergency services, such as hospitals, are also covered, as are main roads to outlying villages.
    • It is said that had it not been for some of these organisations, some of the outlying parts of the country would not have been opened up.
    • A police station on some of York's troubled estates or outlying towns and villages at night could make all the difference.
    • The project started with twenty teenage girls and twenty boys from the village and outlying settlements.
    • In the Roman empire this took the form of the payment of tributes by the outlying provinces back to the Roman heartland.
    • At least eight people were killed in and around the capital and at least eight others in outlying provinces.
    • The last of its tumble-down outlying villages, with its cheering raggedy children, was left behind many hours ago.
    • Until quite recent times there was an outlying cottage which disappeared when the pond became the centre of a modern plantation.
    • In addition, responses from outlying villages will also be welcomed.
    • Many residents were either cowering in their basements or had fled to the relative safety of outlying districts.
    • It was specifically for distribution to the outlying areas of the province.
    • These games were arranged in places in outlying provinces, with the venue changing each time.
    • Meanwhile, young families in York and its outlying villages have little hope of buying a home on their doorstep.
    • There is a shopping centre where all the people from outlying districts come in order to stock up.
    • The draft layout shows a densely-built central town area with three separate outlying villages.
    • Communication with many outlying islands and coastal communities has been lost.
    • The centre effect on access to transplantation seemed to be artificial and was due to the outlying effect of a particular centre.
    • She said that while the strength of feeling was clearly strong, she had no correspondence from elected members in outlying areas.
    • It would cover the entire town centre as well as outlying areas.
    • He claimed the emphasis was always put on the city centre with the result that outlying areas suffered.