Translation of skid row in Spanish:

skid row

barrios bajos, n.



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    barrios bajos masculine
    he's heading for skid row va a terminar mal
    • But eventually the affect of the integration will greatly raise the property values along the skid row, and lead to huge change in the area.
    • He's also on call at the City Hospital in the event that the police drag in any skid row denizens on their last wobbly legs.
    • Their skid row operates 24 hours; its cycles are tied to county checks and busy shelter kitchens.
    • Grimy back alley flophouses, squalid arcades lined with girlie nickelodeons and a neon-lined skid row lend the picture an air of authenticity.
    • Back when Borello first moved to Alberta Street, it was a skid row lined with boarded-up storefronts and seedy bars.
    • I'm not going to be one of those guys who is on skid row at 40.
    • Indeed, if it weren't for George Pal's dancing dysentery factory, this movie would be one long seminar on skid row economics.
    • We're introduced to Loretta in Rescue Me, a film about the estimated 10,000 homeless people living on Los Angeles' skid row.
    • Who wants to hit rock bottom, derelict, skid row, with no friend or family or home?
    • Anyway, a few sex shops are left on skid row and one of them, The Exclusive Shop, has a video theatre upstairs.
    • If pornography is downtown on skid row, respectable people can pretend that they don't even know it's there.
    • Some crushed aluminum cans for proper accessorizing and we'd have the complete skid row ensemble.
    • This is not the only place on skid row where business thrives in Porta-Potties.
    • Sure, the low budget set designs betray the skid row mindset inherent in the film's creation.
    • Set in a skid row hotel, Vacancy focuses on the chance meeting of a suicidal young punk and a garrulous tavern lifer.
    • Alcohol, libation to the deity and old social lubricant, also greases the slide to skid row.
    • That's because we no longer see advertising as the skid row of pop culture, the place where celebrities who can't do anything else end up.
    • His magic/hypnosis/disgruntled loser act is wearing thin on local independent television stations around skid row.
    • Fantastic news but obviously buries the fact that her solo career had completely died and she was now on skid row as far as her career was concerned.
    • On a Washington skid row, eyeless bums peddle the newest nose candy.
    • Elliot, meanwhile, had almost been on skid row with alcoholism.
    • Los Angeles has the largest skid row in the nation, stretching across 50 square blocks.
    • After his business had failed and he had served time in prison for embezzlement, he died in a skid row hotel.
    • From an educated viewpoint, he told me all about the horrors of skid row.
    • Sights like this are common on L.A.'s skid row, a rock-bottom depository and national embarrassment.
    • Here the Boulevard was a skid row of motels, shabby apartments, sad souvenir stands, pornography stores, and pawn shops.