Translation of ledge in Spanish:

ledge

cornisa, n.

Pronunciation: /lɛdʒ//lɛdʒ/

noun

  • 1

    (on wall)
    cornisa feminine
    window ledge (exterior) alféizar (de la ventana) masculine
    • Then, they had left the healing room and resolved to take a stroll down in the gardens, where they had stopped near a spring and sat down on one of the stone ledges.
    • It had stone tiling, and a stone ledge, and there was a roof entrance more or less in the center with a door heading down to, most likely, steps.
    • Nearby rock ledges had Asplenium rutamuraria, Pellaea atropurpurea, and other ferns typical of the habitat, and the foliage of Clematis occidentalis was noted.
    • Next month we'll look at those tricky double ledges where a second ledge is close behind the first.
    • They require a combination of rocky ledges or canyons and open, shrubby areas.
    • The dim light in the small dark room was provided by the hundreds of low candles that sat on a stone ledge that ran the length of the room.
    • They both know what an eerie feeling it must have been for rescuer and rescued, as they listened for those dislodged stones to hit a ledge or plunge into the water.
    • Something has happened to them and they're trapped under a ledge near the road about five miles from here.
    • I look past them, at the blackened edges of a curb, the smooth marble of a ledge, the angle of a rail.
    • Will had somehow grabbed a small ledge about twenty feet down.
    • They breed on narrow cliff ledges in the far north.
    • I fell to the floor and rolled beneath the ledge of the cabinet.
    • The water droplets that remain on surfaces leave mineral deposits that form little ledges that collect more mineral deposits and scum each time the shower is used.
    • Cypseloidine swifts build nests with moss and lichen on ledges near or behind waterfalls and will sometimes re-use nests.
    • Both canvases are baskets of fruit grapes, pears and plums, and lemons and cherries - painted with various vessels and vegetables on a stone ledge.
    • A scene of peace greeted me as I sat near the ledge of the platform outside.
    • Its unnatural appearance makes it standout from the usual desert rocks, ledges, trees, and hills.
    • It has a rich and varied flora due to a combination of limestone ledges and limey soils, and separate areas of non-limy glacial deposits.
    • Roasting-spits leaned against the hearth; rows of wine-jars stood on a ledge near the low door.
    • The other is that developers have found that there is a great public demand for traditional devices such as planters, bay windows and shading ledges.
  • 2

    (on cliff)
    (masculine or feminine) saliente
  • 3

    (underwater ridge)
    arrecife masculine
    • Target the bottom of the near ledge with caster or worm over chopped worm.
    • They stay close to the bottom, in caves and under ledges in coral reefs and lagoons.
    • Lightbulb sea squirts, common brittlestars, featherstars of various colours, and northern prawns survey diving passers-by from their rock crevices and ledges.
    • Our second dive is the almost traditional Sussex coast inshore drift, some shallow chalky ledges at Sailor Rock.
    • Near Australia, catsharks have been observed inhabiting ledges and caves, seagrass or kelp beds, coastal reefs, and both sandy and rocky bottoms.
    • Turtles rest on the reef top or on ledges beneath coral overhangs, though they can often be seen cruising along the reef edge.
    • Cleaner wrasses set up cleaning stations near rocks or under ledges on the reef.
    • There are really two sites here: a plateau and wall north of the rock, and shallower ledges to the south and south-west of it.
    • The steel of the wreck, the cargo of pig iron and the ledges of rock are all covered in a dense red kelp, making it difficult to tell just where wreck or cargo ends and the reef continues.
    • We swim along a series of shallow ledges that run below the shore line, 3-7m deep.
    • The water rushed over and around the smooth stones and rock ledges that made up the creek bed, making small leaps and splashes, and murmuring constantly.
    • An interesting occupant of the rock's ledges is the crawfish.
    • There are also several green moray eels along the reef ledge.
    • Most parrotfishes seek out caves and ledges in the reef for protection at night, but parrotfishes in the genus Cryptotomus bury themselves in the sand like wrasses.
    • Schools of true giant bluefin tuna also swam past these rock ledges and although many were hooked, none were ever landed, although in 1973 the national record of 384 kgs was landed from a boat in the same bay.
    • Even without the wreck it would be a good dive, as there is plenty of colourful marine life beneath overhanging ledges.
    • My buddy enthusiastically pointed out a lobster beneath a ledge, as well as a miniature version that was only about 3cm long!