Translation of loch in Spanish:

loch

lago, n.

Pronunciation: /lɒk//lɑx//lɒx//lɑk/

noun

  • 1

    (lake)
    lago masculine
    • Fishing a lovely loch, or lake even, for the first time is invariably an uplifting experience.
    • The need for a national academy became a pressing issue when an existing water sports centre at Portobello closed down as a result of rowing in Scotland moving away from the sea and inland to lochs and rivers.
    • There are other very interesting lochs close by - Loch Garry has a reputation and so, a little further north, do Lochs Loyne and Clunie.
    • Their two main problems are, first, the multitude of sources they have to draw water from (rivers, lochs and reservoirs) and yes, sewage treatment plants.
    • It also highlighted the dangers that limpets, snails and anemones might suffer from overheated rock pools, and that enclosed lochs like Loch Maddy could suffocate through lack of oxygen.
  • 2sea loch

    fiordo masculine
    ría feminine