Translation of porthole in Spanish:

porthole

ojo de buey, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɔːthəʊl//ˈpɔrtˌhoʊl/

noun

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    Nautical ojo de buey masculine
    Nautical portilla feminine
    Aviation ventanilla feminine
    (gun opening) tronera feminine
    • Outside cabins will either have a porthole or picture window depending on ship and/or position on ship.
    • From my porthole window, I gazed in awe at the stunning contrast of the shining snowcapped Chugach Mountains against the blueness of the Gulf of Alaska.
    • Several small structures up top were also tiled and without windows or portholes.
    • The material reported ranges from the obligatory porthole to cannon and shot, several pieces of eight and a Charles I gold coin.
    • She could see the moonlit water outside her porthole and hear the footsteps and orders called on the deck as the ship was preparing to set sail.
    • It was tiny, there was only a bed and a porthole to look outside the ship.
    • I got a fitful two hours of sleep, tried to read and write, and at the first breath of light outside the portholes, went up on deck to watch the sun rise.
    • Only the front half of the restaurant jutted out like the bow of a ship, the rest was of a normal shape, though planked with wood and having portholes instead of windows.
    • But the biggest clue was that this ship had square portholes in one section, instead of round.
    • The style is of a luxury cruiser, with round windows looking like portholes and the gleaming white exterior the hull of a ship.
    • Like the stern accommodation, the ceilings have gone but the walls are partially intact, with circular openings left where portholes have been removed.
    • During close-up shots, the frame begins to shift, tilting ever so slightly up and down, just like the image one might see out of a porthole on a cruise ship.
    • The angry water rushed by outside the portholes, surging up on deck.
    • As he stood there, up to his knees in sawdust, and surrounded by portholes and brass ship fittings, we asked about good wreck dives in the area.
    • A window cut into a hedge is like a porthole in the hull of a ship, a delightful surprise that relieves the cabin's potential for claustrophobia.
    • Indeed, outside the starboard porthole I saw a large fish, apparently captive, violently trying to disengage itself and in the process tearing some of the skin and flesh of its back.
    • Crossing the deck and looking over the side, you'll see a line of portholes just below deck level.
    • Derryn looked out the porthole of the ship's cabin: dark, except for the starlight that reflected off of the sea's gentle waves.
    • Behind the forward capstan, the wreck becomes an unidentifiable mess but it can be seen that the superstructure had rounded windows rather than portholes.
    • The wind was fierce as it howled out side of the porthole window.
    • From the early 1770s emigration brokers also began to respond to concerns about ventilation by including more and larger portholes in the designs of their newer vessels.
    • The cabin has two portholes with windows made of six-inch thick plexi-glass.
    • Sitting on the hill overlooking the marina, you can enjoy your favourite pint surrounded by model ships and old nautical prints, and watch the boats through a porthole window.