Traducción de cranny en español:


ranura, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkræni/ /ˈkrani/

Ver definición en español de ranura

nombreplural crannies

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    ranura femenino
    • You could spend several hours exploring the elegant, wide streets, and narrow nooks and crannies.
    • There was a large, open interior, with plenty of nooks and crannies.
    • My preference is for lowly-lit, low-ceilinged places with nooks and crannies where you can sit in the corner and not be noticed all evening.
    • I put my bed together myself despite the fact that my room was so crammed full of boxes that I kept trapping myself in corners and crannies.
    • I poked my head up and began to look around, shining the light across the attic floor and into all the nooks and crannies.
    • History lies scattered and forgotten in the town's nooks and crannies.
    • Those investigators have already found some strange stuff in those nooks and crannies.
    • Children played hide and seek in its subterranean nooks and crannies.
    • I know of no other place its size so replete with nooks and crannies.
    • There are nooks and crannies to hide in, long sofas to stretch out on, and high or low chairs to choose from.
    • They're sprayed all over a car's engine parts, air ducts and other automotive nooks and crannies.
    • It's too sad to watch him walking around and checking nooks and crannies for her.
    • We hired a private person to take us around, so we saw all the nooks and crannies of St Lucia.
    • Wash away the accumulated dust and odd cobweb that's to be found in all the nooks and crannies.
    • It had many niches and personal touches, nooks and crannies, and was home to a few mice, especially in the winter.
    • The wind picked up and ruffled his hair each time he emerged from a crack or a cranny; the main arm of the canyon was like a wind tunnel.
    • I really wanted to see the nooks and crannies of underworld gambling.
    • With nooks and crannies to be found on all three levels, storing their possessions won't be an issue for the new owners of this property.
    • He tried thinking of all the possible hiding places he'd noted since being in the house; and all the possible nooks and crannies he'd yet to even spot.
    • Fog had begun creeping into the nooks and crannies of his property, blurring fence lines and cattle in the process.