Translation of haven in Spanish:

haven

refugio, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈheɪv(ə)n//ˈheɪvən/

noun

  • 1

    (refuge)
    refugio masculine
    a haven of tranquillity un remanso de paz
    • Interest in commercial property funds, particularly from retail investors, has increased sharply in recent months as people look for safer havens away from equity markets.
    • It may have strengthened his hand if he had once recognised that Australia is still, as always, one of the world's havens for refugees.
    • You have criticized the greedy capitalists for breaking unions, leveling entire industries, and throwing men out of work to shift jobs to cheap labor havens.
    • A ratings downgrade may compel Americans to direct their savings to safer havens - thus preserving a healthier pool of savings from which America's economy can be rebuilt.
    • Workshops will be held to explore how graveyards can be turned into wildlife havens.
    • But, while it may be advantageous to become an exile for taxation purposes, some businessmen simply move their assets to havens such as Switzerland to shroud their financial affairs in secrecy.
    • ‘We know that poverty and instability leads to weak states, which can become havens for terrorists and other criminals,’ Blair said.
    • Like any nation competing for foreign trade or investment, African countries have to focus on a variety of policies as a strategy to become more globally acceptable as investment havens.
    • France's reputation as a cheaper alternative to Spain is decreasing, as some buyers desert Spanish resorts in favour of France's rural farmland havens.
    • Because failed states are havens for terrorists, Phillips says, conflict resolution is an important investment in U.S. security.
    • The refuge provides a haven for people fleeing violent or abusive relationships.
    • The chatrooms were the havens of the anonymous.
    • Dozens of abandoned and neglected dogs and cats are to find shelter in a new haven, thanks to a community's generosity.
    • Hedgerow trees, a traditional sight in the British countryside and important havens for wildlife are fast disappearing, a conservation body has warned.
    • About a third of these partnerships are registered in the Cayman Islands or other secrecy havens, which may make it impossible to unravel the worst corporate collapse in American history.
    • The various investigations underway should yield very important insights into how we can make buildings safer havens, and easier to escape as well.
    • Zambia and Zambians have the potential to make the country not only a haven of peace but also a land of plenty.
    • Gardeners have been called upon to turn their green spaces into wildlife havens for animals and birds.
    • Instead of driving money out of the stock market, the resulting financial insecurities promise to keep money in that might otherwise gravitate toward safer havens.
    • You know the places; largely soulless havens for thirtysomethings, the complete antithesis of a traditional British boozer.
    • The majority of vessels were sloops and schooners of 50-100 tons, ideal for working cargoes from the shallow and confined havens of north Northumberland.
    • Timber was brought downriver to the haven. Ships were built in the shipyards there, and timber was also sent on to Numenor.
    • This dominion not only extends over the open seas, but also over all creeks, arms of the sea, havens, ports, and tide-rivers, as far as the reach of the tide, around the coasts of the kingdom.
    • I can see a lot more vessels taking advantage of this natural boat haven over the winter.
    • Outstanding natural havens, as well as rivers, forests, wetlands, deserts and endangered species, all demand immediate regeneration and protection.
  • 2literary

    (port)
    puerto masculine