Translation of landlocked in Spanish:

landlocked

sin salida al mar, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈlandlɒkt//ˈlæn(d)ˌlɑkt/

adjective

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    sin salida al mar
    mediterráneo
    sin litoral
    • As a landlocked country with primarily a desert terrain, it has until recently depended on rain as its main water source.
    • The problem, put simply, is geography: the landlocked country is dominated by the rugged Hindu Kush mountains that sweep from the west to the east.
    • Because Afghanistan is a landlocked nation with mountainous terrain and a deteriorated road network, it was apparent that time-sensitive support bad to be transported by air.
    • The Republic of Burundi is a landlocked country located in the Great Lakes region in Africa.
    • An estimated 100,000 militiamen are operating around the landlocked country under the command of regional warlords.
    • Certainly in the case of Zambia, a landlocked country with poor transportation and low agricultural productivity, the prospects for exporting corn to Europe in the foreseeable future are almost zero.
    • Uzbekistan is, apart from Liechtenstein, the only double landlocked country in the world (i.e. a country surrounded by landlocked countries).
    • The lack of natural resources and the geographical situation as a landlocked country with a small domestic market, even in the early ages of industrialization, forced the country to look for markets abroad for its goods and services.
    • Our politicians should be thankful that Australia is not a landlocked country, where neighbouring conflict would have the potential to drive hundreds of thousands of refugees across borders.
    • Zambia is a landlocked country with a total of 752,614 square kilometres surrounded by eight different neighbouring states.
    • Bhutan is a small, landlocked country in the mountainous area north of India.
    • Bolivia, the only landlocked country in the Western Hemisphere, is home to almost eight million people.
    • Zambia's economic survival as a landlocked country depends on the transport system for the movement of its exports and imports.
    • It had been noted by agriculture experts that Zambia being a landlocked country has high cost of importation that makes landed price of fertiliser abnormally high.
    • The key to the huge potential profits in Central Asia was distribution - how to transport the oil and gas from this isolated, backward and landlocked region to the world's main energy markets.
    • Relatively inaccessible, the mountainous country is landlocked, and is surrounded by countries whose interests, at times, have conflicted with those of Afghanistan.
    • A mountainous landlocked country located in south-central Europe, Austria encompasses an area of 32,377 square miles, roughly the size of the state of Maine.
    • Part of that is due to the fact that Umbria is the only landlocked region on the Italian peninsula.
    • The Corridor is a Southern African Development Community initiative that aims at linking the landlocked countries in the region to the main Namibian sea port of Walvisbay.
    • The Republic of Moldova is a landlocked country between Romania and Ukraine that covers 13,199 square miles (33,845 square kilometers).