Translation of waist-high in Spanish:

waist-high

Pronunciation ////

adjective

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    (fence/grass/corn) que llega a la altura de la cintura
    • Pushing through the crowds is like wading through waist-high water.
    • It has oak trees that are hundreds of years old, towering cottonwoods and sycamores and secluded areas where acres of trunk-to-trunk pecan trees haven't yet grown waist-high.
    • It was enclosed by a circular stone wall, waist-high, with mossy steps leading down to the pool, and was filled with clear water.
    • The £300,000 scheme will see waist-high pedestrian railings replaced with metal and timber safety fencing in accordance with Government guidelines.
    • Students carry measuring instruments down a ditch, through waist-high grass, and wade into the stream to measure stream flow and water clarity.
    • Water was waist-high in one spot a half mile inland on Grand Cayman, the largest of the islands and an important offshore finance centre.
    • An irrigation ditch ran alongside to the left of the track and was filled with water, weeds, waist-high rushes and reeds.
    • Prime Minister Patrick Manning addressed an audience of residents there who were standing in water waist-high.
    • Occasionally we stop to rescue others who have crashed in the waist-high snow drifts.
    • Fredrik Ljungberg was running with the ball when Olof Mellberg decided that he needed a little practice in the art of the waist-high tackle.
    • Half the knickers in my underwear drawer are heavy-duty, waist-high affairs which profess to give you a smooth behind.
    • Pushing through the waist-high grass, I made my way slowly upstream to a bend in the river.
    • ‘Coastal slope grazing should help to ensure that the sites are not lost under waist-high scrub again,’ Polly added.
    • The rest of the kitchen has a bank of waist-high units, which conceal a washing machine and dishwasher.
    • He was put to work digging a quarter-acre section of waist-high grass.
    • Onside from three yards out, he tries to stab a waist-high opportunity past Mark Schwarzer in the Australia goal and misses it completely.
    • ‘I could see the flag but I had to hit it about waist-high coming out of there,’ he said.
    • On Monday, two local fishermen were found waist-high in water after being cut off by the tide on rocks off the coast at Heysham.
    • Tomaz continued, alone, plowing through waist-high snowdrifts, to the 26,504-foot summit.
    • We waded out waist-high, then lay on our backs, just floating with the current.