Spanish translation of 'forecourt'
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But look at the forecourts of any car hire outfit from Malaga to Edinburgh and you will see a strangely different story.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
He said that much of the business had gone to garage forecourts and corner shops as consumers stay at home to smoke.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
We had a conversation about the firm when we filled the car with petrol at a Total garage forecourt.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Buy a box of surgical gloves or grab a pair from the garage forecourt and wear them under your normal gloves.The Sun (2010)
His most memorable buy was a car he stumbled across on the forecourt of a dealer.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
I remember dropping my van off and driving the car off the forecourt.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
It will sell fresh food and ready meals in the oil giant's petrol forecourts.The Sun (2009)
Keep cars off the forecourt to increase the sense of space.The Sun (2016)
They like a human environment, and are often seen in car parks and on garage forecourts.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
A patrol car had seen them on the garage forecourt.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
And a few yards away, in a hotel forecourt, a man is being handcuffed by two policemen.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
But it will always be cheaper and more ethical than filling up with diesel at a forecourt garage.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
She's getting used to being mobbed in garage forecourts and asked for her autograph.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
All Tesco stores included except petrol forecourt stores.The Sun (2008)
And you could drive one off the forecourt for less than the price of a month of takeaways.The Sun (2016)
Electricity and gas must be simply priced, by the unit, and advertised as plainly as petrol on a forecourt.The Sun (2013)
I recently saw a car sales forecourt transform to van sales only.The Sun (2014)
It's about as romantic as a garage forecourt bouquet.The Sun (2015)
On the garage forecourt we spoke to some British drivers who refuse to be taken for a ride by fuel giants.The Sun (2015)
They do 100mph off a garage forecourt.The Sun (2012)
This means that most petrol sold on forecourts around the country will be a blend with at least 5 per cent ethanol.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Video footage showed it charging across a garage forecourt as people looked on in amazement.The Sun (2012)
When oil prices soared three years ago, airlines slapped sky-high surcharges on tickets and forecourt petrol prices zoomed up.The Sun (2014)
Why not try the garage forecourt or motorway services?The Sun (2014)
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British English: forecourt NOUN
The forecourt of a large building or petrol station is the open area at the front of it.
I locked the bike in the forecourt of the hotel.
Translation of forecourt from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary