Translation of corrugated iron in Spanish:

corrugated iron

chapa de zinc, n.

noun

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    chapa de zinc feminine
    calamina feminine Peru Chile
    • Sheets of blue-grey corrugated iron rise more than 12 metres towards the sky.
    • The materials used range from laser cut steel, glass or Perspex and even the New Zealand classic, corrugated iron.
    • His fledgling business moved to a site in Hungate, where Mr Russell built a workshop from two naval Nissen huts made from corrugated iron.
    • Home for most are crude huts, amalgams of straw and broken pieces of corrugated iron.
    • The older houses are wooden but the newer ones are made of concrete and corrugated iron.
    • Their flimsy structures are nailed together and roofed with corrugated iron.
    • They had to wear gloves as their fingers stuck to the corrugated iron in the frost.
    • Water seeped from ruptured pipes and corrugated iron dangled from the roofs of the damaged shops.
    • They had him under a piece of corrugated iron, sitting cross-legged in the street with a couple of armoured cars at his side.
    • Much of the time it was like driving over corrugated iron.
    • The place was littered with scrap, from oil drums, abandoned furniture and car parts to metal sheets, breezeblocks and corrugated iron.
    • Art critics and buyers turned up to find access to the gallery barred by a large sheet of corrugated iron.
    • The seventh person was hit in Bern by a sheet of corrugated iron propelled by the winds.
    • The betting ring is a concreted area beneath a roof that consists of sloping sheets of corrugated iron.
    • The red, wood frame structure was sheathed in corrugated iron in 1922.
    • All that was left of the garage was a sheet of corrugated iron.
    • But the worst thing was the dirt roads, which were like cycling on corrugated iron.
    • I want to fall asleep at night to the pounding of rain on corrugated iron.
    • Further on you see more permanent structures of wood or corrugated iron.
    • Many of the buildings have lost their thatched roofs or have had them replaced by crude sheets of corrugated iron.