Translation of border in Spanish:

border

frontera, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɔrdər//ˈbɔːdə/

noun

  • 1

    Politics
    frontera feminine
    (dispute/town) (before noun) fronterizo
    (raid/incident) en la frontera
    to cross the border cruzar / pasar la frontera
    • Paraguay has borders with three countries Paraguay limita con tres países
    • (in UK) the Borders, the Border Country región escocesa que limita con Inglaterra
    • Two large towns have strong links to towns across the border with Northern Ireland.
    • Families line up at a refugee camp near Bahai on the border between Chad and Sudan.
    • There are vast stretches of land on the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan that don't have roads.
    • A certain confusion arises with artists living in cities on the border between the two parts of the Netherlands as to whether they form part of Dutch or Flemish art.
    • Coal, tangerines and tobacco are exported again, and goods—including black market petrol—come in across the northern border with Russia.
    • Hotels close to the border with Northern Ireland say wedding party bookings have been lost as parties head north.
    • Yet a troubling increase has come by way of the Black Sea, which borders Bulgaria on the East, and the Danube River, which forms its northern border with Romania.
    • There was no one else to see us off; Myren and her children had already made it safely to one of the K'ymaeli villages on the border.
    • Yet the ceremony, which signified the peaceful transfer of control from Nigeria to Cameroon of this one village nestled on the border, was truly remarkable.
    • About 100,000 Baptists and other refugees occupy a small plot of land on the border of Burma and Thailand, near the Thai city of Maesot.
    • The picturesque and historic village of Attanagh is located near Durrow on the border with Kilkenny.
    • Until then, these vehicles had been waiting in the so-called No Man's Land, the strip of land on the border between Iraq and Jordan.
    • Interfax also reported that four Russian soldiers were killed and two injured in a helicopter crash on the border of Chechnya and the neighbouring Russian region of Dagestan.
    • Meanwhile, Eliza is taken to a Quaker settlement on the border of the slave states where she meets up with George, her husband.
    • A large number had to flee from their villages due to shelling on the border.
    • They are patrolling areas near the border with Saudi Arabia and training local police forces.
    • Extra police officers are being posted at polling booths and on patrol duties, and France has tightened controls along its border with Spain.
    • As Clonaslee is on the border of the county and there is no public transport serving it or the villages on route to towns it is seen as a starting point for transport.
    • As the strait shares a border with Malaysia, Malaysian authorities have stepped up patrols and had captured two groups of pirates operating along the straits.
    • Control at the border with Romania will be tightened after reports that pigs were being smuggled to be sold in Bulgaria.
    • I notice, for example, that the eastern-most boundary of the lake comes very close to the border with the Northern Territory.
    • Japan, however, says the drilling is to take place in an area east of what Tokyo says is its sea border with China, and that lifting the ban on exploration is actually a response to Chinese exploration.
    • In 1991, he worked in an Iranian hospital on the border of Iran and Iraq, assisting refugees.
    • One of the oldest cities in the world, Varanasi is located in the upper east area of India and is not far from the border with Nepal.
    • Lauca is isolated in northern Chile, just inside the border with Bolivia.
    • Troupes of performers also wandered and performed in all the provinces, from those on the northern border with China down to the center of Vietnam.
    • US forces do not use bases in Tajikistan, which shares a long border with northern Afghanistan.
    • Zubeida Malik reports from Jalozai refugee camp on the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan.
    • All the time now, the conflict spills over into our territory because much of the border with us is controlled by the guerrillas.
    • We lived in a shabby hut at the foot of a steep mountain on the border of Manchuria near the Yalu River.
    • In areas close to the border with the Northern of Ireland, smuggling became a way of life for some.
    • It shares a border with the state of Zacatecas and covers an area of more than 700 square kilometers.
    • My good friend Johnny, living as he does on the border of both counties, is so blessed but somehow or other I feel our little bet on the outcome will help to dampen his spirits when the final whistle blows.
    • Nevertheless, this town situated on the border between former slave and free states became the nation's chief site for remembering the Civil War.
    • Argentina lives and breathes football, from the northern border with Bolivia down to the southern tip of Tierra del Fuego.
    • He was arrested on Christmas Eve in an area of Pakistan close to the border with Afghanistan.
    • It's set at a refugee camp on the border of Turkey and Iraq, where hordes of parentless children earn money clearing land mines.
    • Sealing the border with Northern Ireland was a daunting task.
  • 2

    • 2.1(edge)

      borde masculine
      on the borders of sleep en la frontera del sueño
      • But now that the borders between online and offline zones is blurring, the borders between work and personal time seem to be slipping too.
      • I've learned that there are no borders and no limits to this ocean of love I feel for them.
      • The lecturer to open the sessions was a renowned Shakespeare specialist who explored the role of student-actors and teacher-directors that extends the border of the traditional classroom.
      • Valenzuela's protagonist must cross a limit, a border, which the man who always says ‘I write you’ has drawn.
      • The atmosphere and climate are not limited by human borders, so transportation isn't just a local, regional or even a national issue.
      • Writers have, or should have, no borders limiting their spaces and creations.
      • In the novel, a decent man, having made a "devil's bargain," finds himself on that precarious border between personal love and social responsibility.
      • But any phenomenon in nature, however grand, great, shocking, dark, and terrifying, would have limits and borders.
      • Through this series, we hope to provide an alternative perspective on forces, ideas, and facts that are beyond the border of our common experience.
      • The borders and limits of his language are self-imposed and they demonstrate the futility of speech as being truly inarticulate to the imprisoned passion of their leading characters.
      • The autobiographical documentary which stands on the border of truth and fiction, actuality and falsehood is a gesture of significant courage.
      • The modifications take Schank beyond the border of theory and basic research and into the territory of educational application.
      • It is not the fear of overcoming the borders of the biological and defined world that scares me.
      • Baez complemented Morricone's main theme in such a way that it has transcended the borders of film music and has become an immortal ballad for freedom and liberty for all.
      • They experience pain, transgress borders and limits, and come into existence in situations that are stimulated by pain.
      • It also calls forth the border between men and women, between women and women (with class as allegorical emphasis), and between the United States and Mexico.
      • Both shared an interest in phonology (the studio's name was no coincidence), and both dreamed of overcoming the borders between art and life.
      • In Norway the public broadcaster is a forerunner in blurring the borders between traditional broadcast media and mobile media.
      • For a while it denoted an attempt to erase the border between fact and fiction, between the natural and the supernatural.
      • Travel and study abroad have also taught the young that borders should not be limits to opportunities.

    • 2.2(edging)

      (on fabric, plate, notepaper) cenefa feminine
      (on fabric, plate, notepaper) guarda feminine Southern Cone
      (on robe, official document) orla feminine
      a wallpaper border una greca
      • Using strands, strips and balls of clay, create a decorative border around the crackled clay.
      • A vignette is a sketch (it comes from the French for vine—a decorative border running up a page) or a little moment, but something that doesn't add up to a story.
      • An arrow passes close to the artist's head, which is adorned with antlers, and birds attack, having broken a decorative border of colored paper chains.
      • Decorative borders are used to articulate the overall design.
      • Giant elephants and temple gopurams decorated the border and a ‘thalapu’ was adorned with a chariot carrying the Shiva Linga.
      • The pierced motifs were mechanically cut with a steel punch and the embossed decoration on the borders stamped out with steel dies.
      • Welch used a combination of blackleaf and English scroll with gold borders and accents to decorate the bottom metal and triggerguard.
      • The levels of pattern and pen-flourishing in vivid inks, glowing ornamentation, decorative letters, borders, jewelled frames and vignettes made me gasp.
      • William cuts up his love letters and lets Paul keeps the decorated borders of paper.
      • The Princess' gown was satin lined and trimmed with decorative borders, custom of her status, and high heel black shoes that laced up her legs with thin matching cord and clasp.
      • Miniatures are framed in vibrantly colored and patterned decorative borders.
      • Margery's particular study has been of the finely twined decorative borders known as taniko, a technique which appears to be unique to the Maori.
      • There was some mixing of motifs, especially with the Oriental decoration, so that Chinese borders appear on objects decorated in the Japanese manner.
      • Ice the sides with the chocolate icing, then pipe a decorative border of chocolate icing around the top, encircling the coconut topping.
      • The border was decorated with a variety of white sea-shells.
      • It is beautifully decorated with gold inlaid borders.
      • As you can see, wall paper borders aren't limited to being put around the top of the walls; you can use them to split a wall at any level you want, creating more interest in the room.
      • I'm going to make a page in my fledgling illustrated journal: a black border decorated with dead and wounded appliances.
      • Parents can attach pictures or personalize the note with a decorative border.
      • Marlowe's poem is like the fantastical and varied grotesques that decorate the borders of a painting composed according to more classical rules of art.

  • 3

    (in garden)
    arriate masculine
    cantero masculine River Plate
    • The grass was exactly level with the white rock-like borders around the edges, that were maybe twenty feet wide.
    • Hydrangeas are spectacular grown as single specimens and are fabulous when planted in mixed shrub borders.
    • Under his direction, they built dry-stone retaining walls and a rock garden, laid out paths and mixed borders and planted flowering shrubs among the trees.
    • The maples planted in the grassy border along the street were growing too large for their confinement, their roots buckling the uniform gray slabs of the sidewalk.
    • Perennials can be planted among shrub borders or in containers.
    • There are a number of shrubs and plants around the borders of the garden.
    • Shrubs, perennials, and grasses pack most of the border between screen plants and the lawn.
    • In the warm months, it was a garden, with hothouse-grown flowers planted along its borders.
    • In other news we have finished digging two flower borders and have planted one up but got some left to do in the shady one.
    • I am thinking about taking one row of raspberries away, maybe exchange the other one as well for a newer kind with bigger berries in, so we can have a bit more room for flowers along the allotment border.
    • These were well presented with good use of open lawns, well manicured shrubs and flower borders.
    • More upright varieties are handsome in shrub borders or, planted 3 or 4 feet apart, as an informal hedge.
    • Freshen beds and borders planted with spring flowers by lightly forking over the surface.
    • When we think of shrubs, most of us picture foundation plants or a shrub border.
    • When planting bulbs in flower borders, mark where they are so you don't dig them up later by mistake.
    • If you're new to gardening, planting a flower border may seem intimidating—a job best left to professionals with lots of experience.
    • Even back in my days as a horticultural hooligan, I only ever used peat to create a home-made compost for sowing seeds, never for potting plantlets or decorating borders.
    • The awful thing is that they are all perfectly acceptable names for the same old-fashioned and rather modest little half-hardy perennial plant that used to be seen in garden flower borders all over.
    • Plant them in borders, under shrubs, in the eye of a tree, or in grassland and watch them multiply over the years.
    • The 165-foot long back garden is mainly in lawn with extensive borders and flower beds.

transitive verb

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    (country/state) limitar con
    (fields/lands) lindar con
    the states bordering Canada los estados que limitan con Canadá
    • the lake is bordered to the north by woods la parte norte del lago está bordeada de bosques
    • bordering states estados limítrofes / fronterizos
    • He and ‘his men’ are ordered to handle a protest at the American Embassy in Yemen, a Middle Eastern country bordering Saudi Arabia.
    • Indonesia has more than 90 small islands in areas bordering neighboring countries.
    • These new coal-fired plants are frequently sited in remote regions that border national parks or other protected wilderness areas.
    • It is bordered by hedging, rose beds and mature trees.
    • It's a topic that's becoming more widely discussed and Tandou farm at Menindee is kicking things off with the plan to create a 50,000 hectare conservation area bordering Kinchega National Park.
    • Our backyard is bordered by trees and is usually pretty soupy in the spring when the snow melts and the rains start.
    • Moreover, Afghanistan is a landlocked nation bordering China, Iran and three Central Asian countries.
    • Shaded by two Mediterranean oaks, it is bordered along its edge by a brimming blue-glazed swimming pool that shoots off into the garden.
    • Initial infestations tend to occur in fields bordering clover fields or grassy areas.
    • In one grouping, each original image appears to be repeated in a three-frame series still bordered by the telltale edging of the 8mm filmstrip.
    • Behind the towers would be an enclosed courtyard bordered by 17 townhouses.
    • But instead of a grassy playground bordered by tree-lined streets, for use during and after school, the plan now calls for a playground atop a parking garage.
    • The study site was located within an old field bordering a recreational park in Ashford, Connecticut, USA.
    • Day one is spent totally over the mountain ridges and tops from which there are spectacular views of the surrounding peaks and lower country bordering Nelson Lakes National Park.
    • A large garden bordered by a stud fence surrounds the house.
    • You see the problem is that the residence is bordered by palm orchards and small creeks from every direction, so each time the door or a window is opened, swarms of mosquitoes enter attracted by the lights.
    • Tajikistan is the third former Soviet republic bordering Afghanistan.
    • It was an isolated place with no docks and no homes, centered on a fragile land break bordered by sea, and thus more intimately connected to a wider world.
    • This came out onto the beautiful Palace Green, a square of the greenest grass bordered by the Norman cathedral, the castle and various college buildings.
    • The countries bordering the Baltic Sea, for example, were in the front line during the Cold War.
    • On the edge of the town where I live, running between the Victorian park and the youth hostel and leading to a footbridge crossing the river, is an unassuming lane bordered by hedges.
    • Fish are an essential part of the diet for all the countries bordering the Mekong after it flows out of China.
    • Outside, the 18.5 acres of land are divided into 16 acres of permanent pasture bounded to one side by the river Liffey, and two acres of lawned gardens bordered by pine hedges.
    • He also said the report had not included a proper assessment of the visual impact of windfarm developments on areas bordering the highlighted zones.
    • The stalky marshland plants huddle in dense bunches on uncultivated areas bordering South Florida's sugar farms.
    • One could object that the countries bordering the Alps are richer and more expensive.
    • Below that was a path bordered by a bamboo hedge, where I learnt to ride a bicycle.
    • We travel along a man-made section of the canal bordered by bluebells and bright yellow broom.
    • But the treaty obliges countries bordering enclosed or semi-enclosed seas to work together on marine conservation and environmental protection.
    • We drive along Gibson Reservoir Road—a route bordered by brown-eyed Susans and the Sun River—past huge, upended slabs that look as if giants had a rock fight.
    • Their grazing areas also border a National Park.
    • Successful conservation efforts in an area bordering another country can be reduced to naught if the neighbouring countries do not collaborate.
    • It was a smallish expanse of grassland bordered by hedges the horses could easily jump if they were so inclined.
    • Partly through financial aid, partly by the exertion of tremendous pressure, countries bordering the EU have been forced to step up measures against asylum-seekers.
    • To the north and northwest, the country borders the Sudan, to the south, Ethiopia, and to the southwest, Djibouti.
    • The site is bordered by mature trees, and the current owners have also planted a number of young trees which are maturing nicely to complete the sense of rural tranquility and privacy.
    • Her house is bordered by vegetation of all types—ixoras, palm trees, cactus line her yard.
    • Land and Information New Zealand estimates that 30% of the coastline is already inaccessible because it is bordered by privately owned land.
    • The area borders the Dales and already has one of the highest concentrations of millionaires in the country.
    • Apparently one cup wasn't cut in the middle of the green, three holes were more than 350 yards, and one fairway was bordered by rough.
  • 2

    (edge)
    (with ribbon, binding) ribetear
    (with fur) orlar
    bordered with lace con puntilla alrededor
    • the plates were bordered with a blue band los platos tenían una cenefa azul