Translation of barbed wire in Spanish:

barbed wire

alambre de púas, n.


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    alambre de púas masculine
    alambre de espino masculine Spain
    before noun barbed-wire fence alambrada de púas feminine
    • The experience begins with the forbidding entrance, which is fenced with barbed wire.
    • After devoting 18 months to wiring Hong Kong with barbed wire, the island was attacked from the air.
    • A tall, impenetrable wall with barbed wire and sharp metal spikes on top surrounded the entire complex.
    • French troops guarding the base retreated behind fences ringed with barbed wire.
    • The barbed wire fences at its border were dismantled and guards were reduced to a minimum.
    • He had torn his pants crawling through one barbed wire fence, and cut his hand on another.
    • The long walk takes us to a tall brick building fenced with spiraling barbed wire.
    • The security is immense, with rolls of barbed wire and an electric fence.
    • Stupid people behind picket fences and barbed wire fences voted for these stupid leaders.
    • Youths were clambering over barbed wire fences, climbing through skylight windows and running amok in the dark.
    • We put security around the place where we found it first of all just barbed wire fence and one guard.
    • That's when I notice the perimeter fence has barbed wire and there are watch towers with armed guards.
    • She stared at the twisted barbed wire fence, that must have been knocked over long ago.
    • On the right of it, was a parking lot surrounded by a chain fence and barbed wire.
    • Consider using barbed wire or razor wire at the top of fences for added security.
    • The plant has a lot more barbed wire and fences than it did this time last year: I guess I know why now.
    • With respect, your Honour, there was no need to put barbed wire or spikes or adopt any of those measures.
    • Police believe the thieves cut their way through barbed wire and electric fences from the grounds of Pitsea tip.
    • One field skirted the edge of a primary school, which was fenced off with barbed wire and guard posts.
    • This sun loving plant is well suited to grow on both barbed wire or other fences, arbours and trellises.