Translation of habitable in Spanish:


habitable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈhæbədəb(ə)l//ˈhabɪtəb(ə)l/


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    • A working party from the church is labouring to make the top two floors of this house habitable for James and Lis to live in.
    • Synthetic greenhouse gases could be used to make Mars habitable.
    • Some buyers carry out restoration in stages, making part of the house habitable and completing the rest of the job as and when time and money allow.
    • Getting the house back in habitable condition means a coal fire and central heating are at full blast 24 hours a day.
    • That we live in a habitable universe of course is a selection effect.
    • For, if our world is to remain habitable for humankind, nothing else is important enough to divert our attention from this growing problem.
    • There are 26,000 million insects living in every square mile of habitable land on Earth.
    • The third requested the Council to offer incentives to owners of derelict homes to help make the buildings habitable.
    • But it is desperately in need of re-decoration and she now faces a battle against time and a shortage of money to make it habitable.
    • This move is one step in Shanghai's blueprint for becoming a world-class city which is more habitable for its residents.
    • It's been obvious, since my return, that the collared doves have given up any attempt to make the high-rise golden cypress habitable.
    • The loft above the taverna containing one habitable room was used for the lodging of the storekeeper, the caretakers or the workshop employees.
    • The twice-divorced former jazz musician had abandoned his office to live in the property's one remaining habitable room.
    • The agent estimates it would cost up to £100,000 to make it habitable.
    • Indeed, that may be one of the ways of making the nation habitable.
    • The barn then needs a further £75,000 to £100,000 spending on it to make it habitable.
    • We may well be living in a habitable portion of an infinite and random universe whose initial state obeyed no laws of Nature at all.
    • Householders and businesses suffered months of heartache and misery as they battled to clear up the mess and make their premises habitable again.
    • It's a gigantic ball of fire which supposedly warms the Earth enough to make it habitable for life.
    • The themes begin with discovery, exploration and survival in the last habitable landmass discovered by humans.