Translation of geography in Spanish:


geografía, n.

Pronunciation /dʒiˈɑɡrəfi/ /dʒɪˈɒɡrəfi/ /ˈdʒɒɡrəfi/

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    geografía feminine
    I'm still not familiar with the geography of the town todavía no me oriento bien en la ciudad
    • Years later, when my father began to misplace his memory, he would knit together the geographies of the various cities in which he had lived.
    • The hollowing-out of the welfare state and the realignment of the various geographies of power, then, have to be seen as complex, and sometimes contradictory, processes.
    • Although this framework provides a powerful approach to understanding the historical geographies of places, such as Newcastle and Ladysmith, it is also ambitious.
    • Dwelling types are varied, and what are sometimes called regional types are often in reality associated with local geographies or, within a single zone, with rustic versus more modern styles.
    • Namibia is a diverse country, both in its geography and the composition of its population.
    • It affected our language, our culture, our geography, our architecture and even the way we think.
    • China's economic geography was formerly heavily shaped by a socialist ideology that downplayed agglomeration economies.
    • Plans for economic expansion inevitably had sectarian implications, given the religious and political geography of the region.
    • Benefits include not having to pay rent, seeing more of your good friends and getting to know local geography.
    • The political geography of the nineteenth-century city was a distinctive one.
    • The electoral geography of the country remained static until the 1900s.
    • I think it's very important to know the geography of our planet.
    • Voting is also tied to geography here, so if you move and forget to register in your new city, you won't be able to vote when the time comes.
    • These are French names, which still sit here and are part of our geography.
    • And we are part of Europe by geography, by history, by economics and by choice.
    • Physically, the natural geography of the city resembles Scotland, with mountain ranges and lakes.
    • Like other historians before her, Mein Smith errs when it comes to Northland geography.
    • We are linked by our people, by our history, by geography and by our economy.
    • We can certainly agree on the need for a map of Britain's new political and cultural geography.
    • They were concerned with the effects of geography on human emotions and behaviour.