Translation of entrepôt in Spanish:

entrepôt

depósito, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɒntrəpəʊ//ˈɑntrəˌpoʊ/

noun

  • 1

    (warehouse)
    depósito masculine
  • 2

    (port, town)
    centro de almacenaje y distribución masculine
    • Venice, the great entrepôt of trade with the east, probably issued regulations as early as 1127, and was the first city to issue a complete quarantine code in 1448.
    • Nuremberg was also a major entrepôt for wine, although its function lay in the distribution of imports, mostly of red wine, from the Mediterranean.
    • These agreements only served to reinforce the country's primary function as an entrepôt between Western capitalist economies and the Communist countries of the East.
    • The city's wealth came almost entirely from its role as an entrepôt, moving goods from the eastern Mediterranean to Lombardy and over the Alps to northern Europe.
    • Newspapers originated in early modern Europe as periodic merchants' letters, circulating information about prices, shipments, and commodities among far-flung commercial entrepôts.
    • In and out of their harbour at Port Glasgow, between 1741 and 1752, their import - export business rose from 7 to 21 million pounds, making Glasgow the European entrepôt.
    • Singapore, incidentally, is one of the world's greatest entrepôts for spices, so has unrivalled resources in this respect.
    • Hong Kong was the biggest source of foreign investment in China, but this reflected the island's importance as a trade entrepôt as much as its importance as a separate source of new technology.
    • Gradually, their entrepôt function was being changed by the opening up of efficient transport links to their hinterland, and its transformation by manufacturing industry.
    • It is only a few miles, but it's a transition from a dowdy, reactionary, seaside resort to a busy, wired-up entrepôt, connected to Europe and the modern world.
    • The empire's wealth derived mainly from coastal entrepôts and its representatives often had to face highly developed Muslim civilizations.
    • Around 120 BC, Ptolemaic Egypt pioneered coastal and then, once the seasonal wind patterns were mastered, open-ocean sea routes to India, making Alexandria a key entrepôt for the eastern trade with the Mediterranean.
    • Thus, while Britain squabbled with the USA and attacked Denmark in 1807, the French turned their attention to Portugal, which was an important entrepôt.
    • These days it is a busy entrepôt for Scandinavian ferries and sits alongside a shopping mall.
    • Korea and Taiwan industrialized in the 1950s through import-substitution, and Singapore and Hong Kong were initially commercial entrepôts.
    • Ground-nut oil and palm oil were exported from Senegal, and Saigon was occupied after a war with China in 1858-60 as an entrepôt for the import of raw silk destined for Lyons.
    • Although its population grew, as an entrepôt for the China trade it was soon outstripped in importance by Shanghai.
    • If primarily they were entrepôts for foreign traders, it is becoming increasingly apparent that they developed commercial hinterlands extending far inland.
    • Bristol, with its vital link with Bordeaux, was rapidly becoming the entrepôt of late medieval Severnside; whilst York, Coventry, and especially London were centres of international trade.
    • Montreal was the great inland entrepôt of the fur trade and an important military base.