Translation of inland in Spanish:

inland

del interior, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɪnˌlænd//ˈɪnlənd//ˈɪnlənd//ˈɪnland/

adjective

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    (town) del interior
    (sea) interior
    (navigation) fluvial
    • During winter, Pacific Loons can be found off the coast and in inland marine waters, such as the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
    • This creeper is found naturally in the summer rainfall areas from the coast to the inland mountains.
    • He also experienced the trials of growing cool-season grasses using effluent water in a hot inland climate.
    • Double-crested Cormorants are common year round, both on the coast and on inland waters of western Washington.
    • Yet in England, after the mid-twelfth century, water traffic on inland waterways failed to grow with the remarkable growth of inland trade which now took place.
    • That's because more than 70,000 people were counted on merchant sea-going and coasting boats, inland barges and boats as well as naval vessels when the census was taken.
    • Today the track is used mainly by large trucks who carry supplies for the small population of inland stations or cattle back to the south.
    • There is an abundance of game and semi-game fish in the rivers, inland water bodies and the seas off the State, the aficionados say.
    • During winter Horned Grebes are a very common visitor on the coast, in Puget Sound, and in other inland marine waters.
    • In terms of the bill, legal interest will be recoverable for non-compliance with the fixed time limits for inland money transfers.
    • Although sea breezes kept the coast more comfortable, inland areas baked in 12 to 13 hours of unbroken sunshine.
    • Its ports, from Aden in the west to Sayhut and al-Ghayda in the east, are connected with the inland regions rather than with one another.
    • This was followed in 1876 by the Chefoo Convention which opened more ports, arranged for inland trade with British Burma and local taxes on commerce.
    • He tackles the question of why settlements would only have been established on the coasts, with no inland traces of civilisation.
    • To pursue inland trade, living off the land was necessary.
    • Many pterosaurs hunted fish, like spinosaurs did, so they would have been present in the same habitats - near coasts or inland bodies of water.
    • The York post indent was particularly important as York was the port for most of the inland trade.
    • There's a species for just about every region, from the coast to inland valleys, mountains, and deserts.
    • Fish was plentiful along the Atlantic coast, whereas inland areas produced lamb and poultry as well as honey.
    • Although the coastal and inland trades remained protected from foreign competition, the railroads soon captured most of their markets.
    • From its ramparts and towers, they could see and control all movements from the coast to inland cities.
    • Inland waterways and inland ports have also been included in the definition of infrastructure and given associated fiscal incentives of tax holiday.
    • This international trade founded inland commerce between Yolngu and other Aboriginal people.
    • The development of the turnpikes would not have been possible without a great expansion of inland consumption, trade, and capital.
    • Control of the inland trade slipped from these Natives to employees of the Company who established direct connections to the tribes of the plain.
    • Foreign produce brought profits to distributors involved in inland trade.
    • In addition, some power plants discharge warm water into inland channels, creating more temperate oases for manatees.
    • They are also found in wet, plowed fields and grassy meadows near the coast and on inland marine waters.
    • Most water birds linger along the shallow shoreline of lakes, temporary waters in the inland ecosystems and rivers and very few venture far away from shore.
    • Their activities stimulated and maintained the coastal and inland transport infrastructure at the local level, and facilitated the growth of trade and enterprise.
    • In Spain, we have lost thousands of pretty inland river coasts, which some years ago everyone could enjoy.
    • Transport along the coast and to inland areas used to be difficult for much of the year.
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    (domestic)
    nacional British
    (trade) interior
    inland bill letra interior feminine

adverb

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    tierra adentro