Translation of gray area in Spanish:

gray area

zona gris, n.

(British grey area)

noun

  • 1

    (unclear, undefined area)
    zona gris feminine
    terreno poco definido masculine
    • Of course, this is one of Formula One's many great grey areas, can all teams withdraw on safety grounds en masse, and not be penalised.
    • According to Cohen, while Canada is making significant strides on the gay marriage front, there are still many legal grey areas for gay parents.
    • But it goes to show that people back then, who had very little in materialistic terms, had an instinctive sense of right and wrong with no grey areas in between.
    • There are some scenarios where the right direction is pretty obvious, but there also are gray areas where the decision isn't as clear cut.
    • This legislation is being promoted as being something that simplifies things, but there's still a lot of grey areas there.
    • Whilst its existence and much of the conduct of its affairs may not be actually secret or secretive, it can be seen as a global institution whose role and position in world affairs are grey areas.
    • Many small businesses feel that imposing a blanket ban will avoid any confusion over grey areas in the legislation.
    • Indian service tax rules have a lot of grey areas.
    • I used to be idealistic enough to think that all the world was clean and tidy, that rules were rules, that there were no gray areas anywhere.
    • Indeed, the role of journalists and the media in dealing with criminals or suspected felons is a grey area with undefined boundaries.
    • We have cleared up a number of grey areas, and a number of situations where the existing legislation was unclear about lines of accountability and responsibility.
    • Is anybody else amazed at just how many gray areas there are in the football rules?
    • This new legislation has cleared up the grey area of who is responsible for identifying and managing asbestos in the work place.
    • The older I get the more the issue of crime and punishment becomes a grey area.
    • In fact, there are a lot of gray areas regarding client trust accounts.
    • Furr isn't opposed to exploiting the gray areas in the NASCAR rule book - actually, that's half the challenge.
    • Once again, its one of those grey areas where there needs to be a change in the law.
    • There are a lot of grey areas here, and it could descend into a legal quagmire,’ Weatherburn said.
    • There are indeed many grey areas within this issue, but I am quite sure that the law is correct in maintaining euthanasia's illegality.
    • Hard-and-fast rules leave no room for gray areas, and we women are always complicated.
  • 2

    (in-between area)
    zona intermedia feminine