Translation of zone in Spanish:


zona, n.

Pronunciation /zoʊn//zəʊn/


  • 1

    zona feminine
    torrid/temperate zone zona tórrida/templada
    • nuclear-free zone zona desnuclearizada
    • But once inside this military zone the atmosphere is more relaxed and you are able to walk around freely.
    • Essex Police said the incident had taken place in the main passenger terminal building, near check-in zones E and F, at around 9.40 am today.
    • A large number come from disrupted family backgrounds, economically or socially deprived families or are children who come from conflict zones themselves.
    • The area in question has now been declared a disaster zone, and provincial funding has been requested to help the afflicted fishermen.
    • The village has been divided into different zones and athletes will have a colour-coded map to help them get around.
    • Heslington gained their first win of the season and moved out of the relegation zone when they beat Londesbrough Park by seven wickets.
    • We had a very large clump of cedar trees just in the fire zone itself.
    • Last year in those zones an astonishing 166,430 visitor permits were issued.
    • The proposed enclosure would stretch from wet sand to dry areas above the tidal zone, but allowed people to walk at the water's edge along the beach.
    • Heavy rains are expected in the earthquake zone this weekend.
    • More than 100,000 people were belatedly evacuated from the zone following the disaster.
    • A small strip of land, the demilitarized zone, separates the two sides.
    • The chain wants to convert the ground floor to what they describe as a traditional ale house and wine bar, with no-smoking zones and a family area.
    • He had never had a formal driving lesson and was spotted by witnesses doing up to 90 mph in a 30 mph zone minutes before the crash.
    • The Courthouse car park would be improved, and a pedestrian zone created at the front entrance.
    • Though it was in the mandatory evacuation zone, fire officials decided removing the animals would be "a logistical nightmare," said the vice president of operations.
    • Thousands of landmines have made patches of the fertile land into no-go zones.
    • Once in the security zone you can see some of the damage caused by the bombing.
    • A buffer zone is recommended in which no irrigating is done.
    • It wants to split the area into parking zones at each end and introduce a road traffic order in the middle to safeguard the loading bay with a larger sign.
  • 2US

    distrito masculine

transitive verb

  • 1

    (divide up)
    (town/area) dividir en zonas
    (town/area) dividir en sectores
    (town/area) zonificar
  • 2

    it is zoned as a green area ha sido declarada zona verde