Translation of environs in Spanish:

environs

alrededores, n.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈvaɪrənz//ɪnˈvʌɪrənz//ˈɛnvɪrənz//ɛnˈvʌɪrənz/

plural noun

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    (masculine plural) alrededores
    entorno masculine
    • They were all well hidden, though they each had a good view of the area and its environs.
    • What I do want is for the lake and its environs to be respected, preserved, protected and enhanced for future generations.
    • All proceeds will go to the renewal of the grass training area, and landscaping of the pitch environs.
    • This will provide development for the site of the Cultural Centre and its environs, as well as some commercial and housing sites.
    • A far wider use of the lake and its environs will fill any gap and bring increased income from those who seek peace and tranquillity.
    • It hopes to organise similar competitions and art camps in the premises so that more people would get to know the institution's environs.
    • At the end of the visit, the German visitors to Foxford and its environs expressed their delight with the area and its rich heritage and culture.
    • The park and its environs are immaculate - so much so that I felt like suppressing a sneeze which crept up on me!
    • As the long summer day passed we wandered the market and the surrounding environs.
    • This device can also be used to access a satellite view of the environs within which you are currently located.
    • The Globe's surrounding environs are attractive, despite being at close quarters with warehouses and other businesses.
    • Before the 19th century, Loch Lomond and its environs, the Trossachs, wasn't the tourist haunt it is today.
    • The artwork should reflect the local environs and the vast musical talent of the Northern Rivers region.
    • His stories of childhood, historical events, and environmental beauty of Sligo and its environs are wonderful.
    • The club caters for the whole town area and its environs.
    • Among 1,000 poultry farms in the city's environs, only about 100 have been dealt with, so far.
    • The devotees who visit this temple cannot complain about the environs of the area.
    • He never stays in one place long enough to give us a depth of understanding about the environs or people in the places he visits.
    • From there he made drawing excursions to some of his most inspiring subjects, including Duncombe Park and the environs of Kirkham.
    • Nearly 90 per cent of people spending their holidays in its environs had either visited the Park or intended to do so.