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1baño de lodo masculinobaño de fango masculinothe field turned into a mud bath — el campo se convirtió en un barrizal / cenagal
- Hours of non-stop rain reduced the field to a mudbath.
- The riders have been blamed for creating unbearable amounts of noise, ripping up grass, creating mudbaths on public land and even nearly mowing down residents out walking their dogs.
- Mud dragged out by vehicles and heavy machinery entering and exiting the site have turned the road into a mudbath.
- It had been pouring with rain for several days and the area was a mudbath.
- The park could have encountered a festival-style mudbath if it had rained.
- The valley is a squelchy mudbath and if it wasn't for central heating we'd be wearing wet clothes the whole time.
- I read that the weather should be dry this weekend, so it shouldn't be the mudbath it was last year.
- A helicopter is being used to shuttle hundreds of tonnes of gravel to the remote trail to transform one section of the renowned mudbath into an easy stroll.
- The family's new drive became a mudbath and water seeped through the house and garage into the back garden.
- The pitch had made its usual good recovery from last week's mudbath and was in absolutely perfect condition.
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