Translation of corn exchange in Spanish:

corn exchange

bolsa de granos, n.

noun

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    (in US)
    bolsa de granos feminine
    • We attended the Rotary Pledge auction last night held at the corn exchange, which was a well attended do and raised £4000 for the Local Primary school.
    • The Corn Exchange opened for trade in 1861 but was soon being used as a community venue.
    • Ipswich has a wide range of amenities for entertainment, including East Anglia’s largest theatre, Ipswich Regent, and the Corn Exchange with its impressive Grand Hall.
    • In 1818, for example, the proportions of corn sold at the Alnwick corn exchange (by volume) were: wheat, 12 per cent; barley, 5 per cent; oats, 83 per cent.
    • We visited the corn exchange to see the opening of the morning's trade in agricultural commodities as diverse as soya bean, cotton, pork bellies, wheat and oilseeds.
    • The Playhouse, originally built as a corn exchange, started showing films three years before the First World War broke out, and became one of the area's best known venues for live entertainment.
    • Anyway there is yet another public meeting in the corn exchange tomorrow night, along with the Downlands sub planning committee and WBC - let's hope a decision is made one way or another and that be the end to it.
    • Tucked away in the corner of the market place in Beverley, the cinema, a converted corn exchange, kept its magical, untouched feel.
    • Fisherton Mill was a corn mill since the time of the Domesday Book, working until 1965, and the corn exchange was where the city's library is today.
    • Alnmouth was the port of Alnwick, seat of the Dukes of Northumberland and the location of the principal corn exchange of central Northumberland.
  • 2

    (in UK)
    lonja feminine
    mercado de granos masculine
    alhóndiga feminine