Translation of fogbound in Spanish:


afectado por la niebla, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈfɒɡbaʊnd//ˈfɔɡˌbaʊnd//ˈfɑɡˌbaʊnd/


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    (road/airport) afectado por la niebla
    (plane/ferry) retenido a causa de la niebla
    • I'm heading 5373 miles west to spend Easter in fogbound San Francisco, because I can.
    • And though much of the Peruvian seaside is often chilly, treacherous and fogbound, the country's ruling class has seen dollars in a wave swept shore.
    • Episode 1 begins in fogbound East London, with Coal Hill School teachers Ian and Barbara concerned for the welfare of one of their brightest students.
    • Others opt for tamer pickings, such as lobster mushrooms and summer chanterelles on the fogbound coast of Oregon.
    • Many sailors ran down the gangway Friday, carrying roses for their loved ones waiting on the fogbound shore.
    • All 29 people on board helicopter ZD576 died when it ploughed into a fogbound hillside.
    • Despite the fogbound capital, the event, held at the Petone rugby clubrooms, was a cracker.
    • I got to know the fogbound salmon towns of Oregon and Washington - Moclips, Sekiu, and Tillamook - and I heard the stories of his trips to Prince Rupert and to Kodiak.
    • It was mid-November 1816, when Lord Byron, accompanied by his friend John Hobhouse, first stepped off a gondola onto the damp and fogbound flagstones of the Grand Canal.
    • All this was a result of inclement weather and a fogbound Wellington Airport.
    • According to Wratten's article, the Chinook was ‘some 15 seconds from the fogbound lighthouse and perilously close to steeply rising ground that was also shrouded in cloud’.