Translation of antipodes in Spanish:

antipodes

Pronunciation /ænˈtɪpədiz/ /anˈtɪpədiːz/

plural noun

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    the antipodes las antípodas
    • the Antipodes Australia y Nueva Zelanda / Zelandia
    • Well as a final question: the two games this weekend that are of particular interest to us down here in the Antipodes, England and Australia, and Ireland and New Zealand.
    • Some of the best directors in the world come from the Antipodes, with New Zealand making a huge parallel contribution with artists like Jane Campion and Peter Jackson.
    • Geographically the very notion of the Antipodes has long been obsolete, since of course the continents above the equator don't need a counter-weight below to keep the globe from toppling sideways into deep space.
    • Perhaps the achievement for which Captain Cook, the eighteenth century British seafarer, is best remembered is his role as an explorer, ranging from the far north Canadian coast to the distant reaches of the Antipodes.
    • One final thing that took the gloss off the evening was the fact that we were charged $10 per bottle of 1 litre Antipodes mineral water - an outrageous cost that was not brought to the attention of the table when we asked for water.
    • The author traces in a wealth of detail two centuries of English immigration into Australia: the geographic origins of the main immigration streams, their reasons for leaving England and how it all played out in the Antipodes.
    • I have to say that I agree with him and don't think this is just the bias of a Brit in the Antipodes.
    • The Birds of Australia, which is in the stately home's library together with Gould's The Birds of Europe and The Birds of the Himalayas, is one of the earliest attempts to describe the flora and fauna of the Antipodes.
    • Sometimes, at night I think of the whole world below me; I travel in my mind through the bed and the floor and our sitting room, under the house through the Earth until I emerge in the ocean at the Antipodes.
    • When my wife was organising a reunion for her Barts nursing trainees of 20 years ago, she found a quarter of them were living abroad, nearly all in the Antipodes or North America.
    • Andy and Kevin set off for a two-month trip to the Antipodes on Thursday, and the first of Andy's characteristically opaque text messages arrived soon afterwards.
    • Anyway, he adds, he has a New Zealand passport as well as a British one, and two of his children live in the Antipodes, so I mustn't make assumptions about patriotism.
    • This naturally entails a missionary element, bringing new revelations to the benighted souls in the art-complacent Antipodes.
    • Such a shame, too, that her triumphs were being closely monitored by sceptical officials from the Antipodes who know where a Sheila should be sporting curves and why.
    • I thought they were from the, then undiscovered, Antipodes.
    • The alternative, in the early months of next season, was the European Tour's tiring hike through Africa, Asia and the Antipodes.
    • The former Lakes School pupil, who trained as a landscape gardener, decided on his return from the Antipodes that it was time for a career change.
    • Laney arrived from the Antipodes with the reputation of a player who, when he was good, was very, very good; but when he was bad, he was awful.
    • Jewish endorsements have flooded in from Iceland to India, from the Arctic to the Antipodes.
    • Proud Ilkley ex-pats living in the Antipodes could drive off with a unique personalised car registration plate.