Translation of garage in Spanish:

garage

garaje, n.

Pronunciation: /ɡəˈrɑːʒ//ɡəˈrɑdʒ//ɡəˈrɑʒ//ˈɡarɑː(d)ʒ//ˈɡarɪdʒ/

noun

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    (for parking)
    garaje masculine
    garage masculine Latin America
    bus garage terminal / estación de autobuses
    • Many fires started when lava ignited gasoline stored in buildings and garages in this eastern Congo town.
    • Retrospective planning permission for the garage and underneath storage building, which is on green belt land, had already been refused.
    • Its outbuildings include a double garage, greenhouse, potting shed, kennels and workshop.
    • In addition to the existing pub there are two garages and offices, as well as housing.
    • One of their cars is at their apartment, and the other parked in the garage of the apartment building where Joe and I live.
    • It is the largest building occupied by Laois Civil Defence and contains two vehicle garages and lecture room.
    • Ford tucked the photograph and the address into his jacket and headed to the garage below his apartment building.
    • Zoning permits carriage houses, thus providing flexible space for a home office, an in-law apartment, or affordable rental housing above garages.
    • The garages are behind a building company premises.
    • We built office buildings, parking garages, and prisons.
    • She said the van of her boyfriend had been damaged three nights in a row while it was parked on the street and he had now been forced to rent a garage to keep his vehicle safe.
    • Both homes will have integral garages to the front, and will share driveway access from a new entrance on Shady Lane.
    • To the left of the driveway a cubic building, housing the garage and chauffeur's flat above, guards the courtyard just beyond.
    • It boasts many outbuildings, a guest house, workshop, garages and even air raid bunkers.
    • Bloomfield is a two-storey Victorian building with garages, courtyard and conservatory and has been vacant for two years.
    • The Council's executive member for the environment appealed to drivers to put their vehicles in driveways and garages to keep roads clear for gritting.
    • There is also a range of stone outbuildings including a coach house, two garages, a workshop and log store.
    • The new building will include facilities for visiting surveyors, offices, rescue team equipment, a garage for three vehicles and a workshop.
    • The remaining outbuildings include a garage, barn, two fowl houses, two stables, four old stores and two boathouses.
    • Ensure all doors and windows are secured and buildings like sheds, garages and outhouses have good quality locks and even alarms fitted.
    • All members had good record collections and remained committed to a specific musical narrative that began with garage rock and the Velvet Underground.
    • Later he would DJ a largely R&B set, but before long he found the addictive heavy reggae basslines and the energy of the garage rhythms more to his taste.
    • They moved away from UK garage to a more hip hop sound.
    • Old school garage rock may be fun and sloppy, but the amateur aesthetic has its limits when one hits a professional stage.
    • The sound is a direct descendant of old skool UK garage, the bumpy beats of yore with rubbery basslines and cutting edge sampling techniques, taking in everything from soul to electro to jazz to blue grass.
    • Nearly three years ago, they had hopped on the Whites Stripes wagon of American garage rock under a band name of Pavor.
    • But its contents were more like proto-grime, the beats mostly two-step and UK garage, and the vibe far more playful and genial, courtesy of now almost forgotten crews like Heartless and Genius.
    • Tacking on vibraphones to clumsy, endlessly repetitive garage rock does nothing but emphasize the complete lack of original ideas that plagues this album.
    • The spunky ‘Vertigo’ is a breezy sprint through jagged, two-chord garage rock.
    • His singles have skillfully mixed pop R & B with gentle hints of UK garage rhythms.
    • Locked into US hip-hop, Jamaican ragga and UK garage culture, he and his peers couldn't be more isolated from Westminster.
    • Sonic Youth's 19th album doesn't break any new ground, but it does serve as a reminder that the band invented this style of music - garage rock with avant-garde scope and ambition.
    • Just as Radio Caroline in the 1960s paved the way for Radio 1, the London pirates are turning garage and dance music into commercial hits.
    • Ska, dub, house, drum and bass, hip hop and UK garage have all been thrown in to The Streets' sampler for processing and rearrangement.
    • Its rough and edgy production makes the record sound perfect for the demented brand of new wave garage rock the band were practicing at the time.
    • Within UK garage there are different genres of music: sublow, grime, 4/4 and old school.
    • However, this subsequent release is proof positive that Oxide and Neutrino are no one trick pony; in fact, Execute is perhaps the definitive UK garage album so far.
    • In short, this is about as idiosyncratic as garage rock gets.
    • In one short year, the band apparently got a grip on their distinctive mix of garage rock, rockabilly, and crude humor - and crowds were apparently taking notice.
    • The number of pirate stations has doubled in 10 years, finding audiences for otherwise neglected music such as UK garage and drum 'n' bass, or using £400 homemade transmitters to spread anarchist or black-power propaganda.
    • The soundtrack, meanwhile, has moved away from his UK garage and hip hop origins and takes in everything from soul, dance and chillout to rock and anything else he fancies.
    • There are echoes of hip-hop, reggae, socca, calypso and soul in garage.
    • Like any self-respecting garage rock band, they take it to every track, with no breaks for sissy ballads.
    • Both artists are born out of DJ culture and enjoy wildly diverse musical tastes, which isn't to say that this is merely a voguish rediscovery of garage rock.
    • After literally half an hour The Kills left the stage but in such a short time they had certainly convinced the audience that they are not just another garage rock band looking to make a fast buck on the style bandwagon.
    • The White Stripes cannot single-handedly satiate one man's desire for primal garage rock.
    • A substantial percentage of garage rock fans are considerably younger than the music they enjoy, so nostalgia is obviously not a factor.
    • The band, a stunning combination of garage rock simplicity and punk attitude is also steeped to the gills in 1960s style soul.
    • So it's perfectly natural that modern production will incorporate quality blends of R & B, soul and garage with positive results.
    • Do you need large doses of garage, deep house and Afro Latin rhythms to get your head together?
    • Whilst garage rock has blustered into the mainstream, this is a band that has more or less written the book on 21st century glittered, gutter level, punk with an IQ.
    • Consequently, the album sews punk, northern soul, hip hop, garage and electronica together and then pulls the whole lot inside out.
    • If you're in the market for an answer to the sometimes-lackluster garage rock offerings, Reigning Sound might be just what you're looking for.
    • The relaxed instrumentation elevates the insightful vocals, creating a sound best described as progressive garage rock.
    • He is one of the pioneers of UK garage.
    • Drum & bass has infiltrated house and hip hop and garage, which is good because it keeps things changing.
    • The Pedestrians are a similar ilk of kitchen sink tales set to garage rock and new wave styling.
    • In recent years, both hip-hop and UK garage have developed a culture of duality.
    • The bass player plays some gnarly fuzz bass that underscores the band's songs and adds rumble to the band's garage rock sound.
    • From hardcore to house to UK garage, he has had a hand in it all.
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    • 2.1(for repairs)

      taller (mecánico) masculine
      garaje masculine
      garage masculine Latin America
      before noun garage mechanic mecánico
      • The only place the councils should be getting involved here is with the existing Trading Standards officers that they control to clamp down on garages who pass these vehicles on their annual test.
      • If we are not careful we will end up with a town full of houses and nothing else, as hotels, garages, nursing homes, pubs, clubs, churches and shops succumb to the smug economic reality of spiralling property prices.
      • She added that the town had lost garages, hotels and workshops needed to ensure Ilkley was a balanced and independent community.
      • Wigan and Oldham are the best places in the area to fill up if you are looking to save the pennies, with the cheapest garages there selling unleaded petrol at 79.9p a litre.
      • There was a garage for repairs, petrol pumps, a shop, taxi service and private cars for hire.
      • Another example of a possessory lien is if you take your truck to a garage for repairs, the garage can keep possession of your truck until you pay the repair bill.
      • Having sold a chain of garages and moved into property ownership, Paul has devoted more time to the race and developed a business helping others to get their rally adventures off the ground.
      • The study in France found a link between cases of acute leukaemia among youngsters and how close they lived to a petrol station or a garage carrying out car repairs.
      • Why is Belmont Motors the only garage getting fuel?
      • Another problem faced by drivers was grit and dirt being thrown up from the roads and plastering windscreens and there were even reports of motorists queuing at garages to buy screenwash.
      • That meant the companies' own garages got fuel cheaper than independent rivals, who were priced out of the market.
      • Shell currently supplies fuel to the garage but there is no long-term arrangement in place and purchasers can link up to any fuel company they like.
      • We submitted a vehicle to seven garages, all of which failed to spot at least one significant fault identified by a senior RAC inspector as MOT fails.
      • Schools, supermarkets, banks, post offices, garages, buses, the passenger rail service and others are all expected to be slowed down by absent workers.
      • But perhaps the main reason why most people shy away from LPG conversions is that it is sometimes difficult to find a garage that sells the fuel.
      • Independent garages that want to service, repair or sell a variety of marques will need to invest in many areas.
      • He said the garage had stopped selling petrol and closed its small convenience store in December last year, but still operated as an MOT and repair workshop.
      • Craven District Council made its garage available so that vehicles could be thoroughly checked, as the council and the local taxi owners are keen to see that all taxis are safe.
      • The garage is selling petrol at 97.9 cent per litre.
      • When I buy a car, I don't expect that I'll have to keep returning it to the garage for constant repairs.

    • 2.2(British) (for fuel)

      estación de servicio feminine

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    Music
    [as modifier] garage band banda (de) garage
    • garage rock rock (de) garage

transitive verb

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    (car) dejar en el garaje
    (car) meter en el garaje
    (plane) dejar en el hangar
    (plane) meter en el hangar