Translation of inhabit in Spanish:


habitar, v.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈhæbət/ /ɪnˈhabɪt/

Definition of habitar in Spanish

transitive verb

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    (region/town/building) habitar formal
    (region/town/building) vivir en
    this house has not been inhabited for some time hace tiempo que esta casa está deshabitada
    • the city is inhabited by more than eight million people la ciudad tiene más de ocho millones de habitantes
    • The hunting of animals by the Baka posed no threat to the sustainability of the natural species inhabiting the area.
    • This can be very important since some fish will inhabit silty area in preference to hard bottoms.
    • It's as if, when God was making the animals that inhabit the Earth, he dumped here anything he got a bit wrong.
    • For example, there are more species of ants inhabiting the hill called Black Mountain in Canberra than there are in all of Britain.
    • Not only is the dugong vital, but also the environment inhabited by the dugong.
    • All the spuds are growing on land which was inhabited by pigs last year, so I think all that manure has been good for them.
    • Russians still regard it as a place inhabited by criminals, bears and wolves.
    • The people inhabiting the area are admirable because they know how to live in harmony with nature.
    • The species inhabits continental slopes of all southern continents.
    • There is no attempt to characterize the society that inhabits these places.
    • It inhabits an environment of violence, constantly fighting with others of its kind.
    • The wild species inhabits wet ground such as riverbanks and the flowers bloom in summer to autumn.
    • The second group included 6 species inhabiting tributaries of the Pacific Ocean.
    • Humans are too afraid to accept the truth that they're not the only creatures inhabiting this small planet.
    • They inhabited a world that was dominated by a different kind of animal - the mammal.
    • Now they inhabit two rooms in what appears to be a carpet factory unchanged since a wet Tuesday night in 1953.
    • The people who inhabit this neighbourhood appear strikingly similar to one another.
    • What they do manage is to build and inhabit an intimate space which is quite enthralling.
    • Wealthy areas are inhabited by a disproportionate number of resident foreigners.
    • We've gone from being a largely rural society, to one that increasingly inhabits cities.