Translation of eavestrough in Spanish:

eavestrough

canaleta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈivzˌtrɔf//ˈiːvztrɒf/

noun

Canadian
Architecture

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    canaleta feminine
    canalón masculine Spain
    • The gutters and downspouts, i.e., eavestroughs, are undersized and will cost $2400 to repair.
    • Clean out eavestroughs regularly to prevent clogs that can trap water.
    • Tilting your head, you watched as a 10-year-old looks at the bending pipes of the garage eavestrough.
    • Clean eavestroughs regularly so water does not collect.
    • Dr. Reed points out that on the fourth floor one can observe extensive damage to the gypsum board once the eavestroughs that he designed to collect the water into a pail are taken off.