Translation of guardroom in Spanish:


cuarto de guardia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡɑrdˌrʊm//ˈɡɑːdruːm//ˈɡɑrdˌrum//ˈɡɑːdrʊm/


  • 1

    (for guards)
    cuarto de guardia masculine
    • In barracks sentries are usually furnished by the unit's guard, a detachment of soldiers on duty for a 24-hour period, who live in the guardroom or guardhouse.
    • In one of the guardrooms at the base a poster showing the World Trade Center asks ‘Are you in a New York state of mind?’
    • A man accompanies him into a guardroom, where an officer is presiding over some registers.
    • You'd better take that to the guardroom, then.
    • Even the low two-storey army buildings seemed to smile a delayed welcome, as a gate was unbarred and I went through an elaborate signing-in ceremony in the guardroom.
    • Music started blaring from a loudspeaker outside the guardroom - very loud.
    • As she suspected, the guards were posted outdoors, outside the door of the guardroom.
    • The sight that awaited him in the torchlight of the guardroom to their level was not entirely unexpected.
    • Their sovereignty, of course, won't much extend beyond the guardroom at the end of the corridor.
    • Having explained this they went back into their guardroom and trusted me to go back out the gates.
    • One young sentry who felt that the ghost was near him panicked and ran to the guardroom for protection.
    • After seeing Joe left, Mel came out from the guardroom.
    • If he'd mentioned anybody else's name down there in the guardroom, do you think they would have put him up for the death vote?
    • Passages at the back and sides would lead to other areas, such as the kitchens, guardroom, or servants' quarters.
    • The gun, until last year, had sat for over 34 years in front of the guardroom with little or no maintenance.
    • They laid down their arms, explained their position to their non-commissioned officer, and presented themselves at the guardroom to be taken into custody.
    • ‘The nearest place was the RAF base, so I went over to the main gate and asked the people at the guardroom to help me,’ she said.
    • He went apoplectic and I suddenly found myself marched off to the guardroom almost at running pace.
    • The northern tower, originally a guardroom, is still visible.
    • The entrance was right in front of him and the guardroom was empty.
  • 2

    (for prisoners)
    calabozo masculine