Translation of gated in Spanish:


cerrado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɡeɪdəd//ˈɡeɪtɪd/


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    (residential development/community) cerrado
    (residential development/community) vallado
    • The streets of New York are full of people from all walks, races, creeds, colors; they are the antithesis of a gated sprawling suburban development.
    • We start with a gated road tarmac warm up to find a steep climb up the west flank of the valley.
    • A dimension where everyone lives in climate controlled gated estates and they don't like lost midwestern lunatics.
    • Lately, the gated property has become a free-for-all, with animals and children hanging out on the site.
    • That fire, which has destroyed 13 homes since it began Saturday, was burning dangerously close to a gated community of million-dollar mansions in Los Angeles' Chatsworth section.
    • Leave the Pennine Way at the road and turn right, following the road downhill for about half a mile until a gated track is reached on the right.
    • Yet all too often, roads remain gated well into the spring ski season - even when they're dry and driveable.
    • Turn right then left along the adjoining gated path to reach the B road again.
    • You may live in a gated community that doesn't welcome a lot of traffic.
    • Whilst gated communities may indeed be more integrated within, gates can act as barriers to social interaction between communities.
    • The entrance to the tunnel was gated off six years ago because of vandalism but the gate itself was subsequently vandalised and had to be replaced in 2001.
    • The City adopted a security access restrictions policy in 2003 that demanded gated communities apply to have their boom gates legalised based on a set of stringent criteria.
    • We're living in an era of gated apartment blocks and lots of rental accommodation.
    • Affluent suburbanites create gated enclosures not to pursue profit (of course property values play a role) but in the name of community.
    • The roads and pavements of these cul-de-sacs are quasi-private places, gated communities without gates.
    • To contribute to this atmosphere there will be food vendors, a gated area to prevent the crawlers and walkers from diving into the duck pond, and volunteers on hand to watch the exit and keep an eye out for scraped knees.
    • He claims the development plans would scoop out a lot of the woods and natural habitat for detention ponds to control flooding in a gated development of million-dollar homes.
    • Expect to pay maintenance fees, which include care of the lawns, grounds, pools, pest control and gate attendant if the property is in a gated community.
    • And then you turn off the main road, and are in another, private world of gated compounds ringed by eroding mud-brick walls.
    • Is there a hidden agenda here to have the area gated and restricted to residents only so they can control it as an extension of their property?