Translation of breeze block in Spanish:

breeze block

bloque de cemento, n.

Pronunciation ///ˈbriz ˌblɑk/

noun

British

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    bloque de cemento masculine
    • The circus performer prepares to smash a breeze block on Nigel's chest.
    • I have spent the past three weeks filming breeze-block houses that defy gravity.
    • General features of housing are wood or breeze-block walls, corrugated iron roofs, and uncovered wooden or cement floors.
    • The first mobile phones were as bulky portable and attractive as a breeze block.
    • The mountains are Scottish, the weather Mediterranean, and the architecture a mixture of grand colonial and breeze block.
    • They found the wood and breeze block building well alight with flames shooting up above the trees.
    • The only twenty-first-century structure I see is the breeze-block shed where dried cocoa beans are bagged.
    • It's low-rise breeze block with limestone cladding.
    • Thus we meet Rocky, so named because he keeps a breeze block on his kitchen table.
    • Concrete slabs were hoisted into position, and the gaps fleshed out with crudely plastered breeze blocks.
    • The notion that architectural heritage may include a motel built of breeze block seems a little far fetched.
    • Now it is a frontier town, a burgeoning collection of tents and hastily built breeze-block cantonments.
    • On arrival at the location we were met with the stark sight of solitary raw breeze blocks.
    • The back wall of the cell was painted magnolia over breeze blocks.
    • Would the newspaper's well-heeled editor call a breeze block room ‘home’?
    • There are piles of rubbish - old tyres, breeze blocks, oil drums, and skips full of trash.
    • It's as big as a breeze block, but the tome is the most ambitious attempt to corral the film industry into some semblance of order.
    • The blood-spattered breeze-block wall stands as grisly testimony of the violence.
    • Breeze-block walls are broken up with windows, and the roof is a semicircle of corrugated aluminium.
    • Everyone is crammed into a tiny dressing room with beige breeze-block walls and dirty blue linoleum.