English translation of 'riel'
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René Clement realizó esa extraordinaria apoteosis de la moral francesa que es La batalla del riel , hace más de diez anos, cuando el testimonio era oportuno.Obra periodística. Vol 2. Entre cachacos
Un glacial se derrite antes de lo que tarda en enfriarse el acero en el molde del riel.Europarl Parallel Corpus
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'riel' in Other Languages
British English: rail /reɪl/ NOUN
A rail is a horizontal bar which is fixed to something and used as a fence or a support, or to hang things on.
She held on to the hand rail in the lift.
- American English: rail
- Arabic: سُور
- Brazilian Portuguese: corrimão
- Chinese: 扶手
- Croatian: prečka
- Czech: zábradlí
- Danish: stang
- Dutch: leuning
- European Spanish: riel
- Finnish: kaide
- French: rampe
- German: Umzäunung
- Greek: κιγκλίδωμα
- Italian: rotaia
- Japanese: 柵
- Korean: 가로장
- Norwegian: gelender
- Polish: poręcz
- European Portuguese: corrimão
- Romanian: bară
- Russian: перила
- Spanish: riel
- Swedish: ledstång
- Thai: ราว
- Turkish: parmaklık
- Ukrainian: перило
- Vietnamese: chấn song
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