Translation of nook in Spanish:


rincón, n.

Pronunciation: /nʊk//nʊk/


  • 1

    (in building)
    rincón masculine
    to search every nook and cranny mirar/buscar hasta en el último rincón / recoveco
    • He had a small nook in the corner of his room with a shower, a sink and a toilet.
    • Ceramic pots glazed in modern vibrant colours work as well in shady nooks as they do in sunny corners.
    • There was a small nook in the corner, where I sat, while he poured some water into the pot.
    • They hugged table-legs, raced up walls, skulked under shelves and stood shivering in nooks and corners.
    • He let go of me and I swam off into a small nook in the corner of the abnormally shaped pool.
    • It was bare enough, there were no corners or nooks where the noise could be coming from - just the bed and the desk and recliners and the wardrobe.
    • Kristen followed her as they sat themselves around the breakfast nook in the corner.
    • Doubtless the politicians will enjoy plotting and scheming in the Jacobean nooks and corners.
    • Every nook, corner, wall and ceiling was like a blow in its acute familiarity.
    • A considerable number of Goan artifacts decorate the nooks and corners.
    • He was more concerned with the cobwebs that were attached in the tiny nooks and corners.
  • 2literary

    (in landscape)
    rincón masculine