Translation of pea souper in Spanish:

pea souper

niebla espesa, n.

Pronunciation /ˌpiː ˈsuːpə/



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    niebla espesa feminine
    • The prevalence of pea-soupers, as they were known, was one of the reasons that London came to be known as The Smoke.
    • A perpetual pea-souper reduces vision to a few feet.
    • I posted earlier about there being a pea-souper outside today.
    • St Mary Le Strand is small and filthy on the outside from centuries of pea-soupers, coal dust and modern day pollution.
    • The forecaster said the reason for the pea-souper was a combination of low hanging cloud, substantial amounts of of ground water and still nights.
    • I arrived a bit late due to a pea-souper in London airport on the way through.
    • The warm Easter weather last week resulted in a thick pea-souper one morning.
    • Since the introduction of cleaner fuels, killer pea-soupers have been consigned to the past.
    • Not only that, it began in a pea-souper of a fog, caused by the smoke from the pre-match fireworks.