Translation of plaza in Spanish:


plaza, n.

Pronunciation /ˈplæzə/ /ˈplɑzə/ /ˈplɑːzə/

Definition of plaza in Spanish


  • 1

    plaza feminine
    (in front of large building) explanada feminine
    • The Learning Corridor includes five separate buildings, large public plazas and green spaces, and a parking garage.
    • We have some lovely plazas, squares, public markets, and parks.
    • A plaza joins a public esplanade which is planned to eventually connect all of Tacoma's waterfront.
    • Village, town, and city streets, plazas, and open spaces are common property and subject to regulation by civic authority.
    • It is therefore reasonable that Jesus' strategy combined activities in plazas or open areas with those in houses.
    • Many new schools are incorporating secure outdoor play areas, courtyards and plazas, enabling students to go outside to eat, socialize and study in an easily supervised setting.
    • The westernmost of these smaller spaces is a transport plaza, the central space is a civic plaza and the eastern space, towards the historic residential zone, is a neighbourhood park.
    • Next morning, on arriving at the corner of Church and Vesey Streets, I saw three pieces of equipment removing the sidewalk from the plaza area near the staircase.
    • The rest of the site is taken up by an administrative building for the symphony and a public plaza, covered with local dark-gray stone, with parking below.
    • Parked cars and billboards have further eroded the plaza's space.
    • The new rules cover exterior lighting for parking areas, walkways, plazas, building entries, canopies, façade lighting and outdoor sales areas.
    • The ordinance also granted property owners an increase in the total floor area otherwise allowed in exchange for providing public plazas or arcades.
    • The demolition is paving the way for what developers call an ‘urban village’ of office, retail, and residential space along with park and plaza areas for the public.
    • On the building's south side he crafted cascading, landscaped plazas and gathering spaces of different shapes and sizes that should encourage full use.
    • This is hardly a new idea; plazas have always been public stages.
    • Small groups of flexible work areas surround the plaza.
    • The recent external works have upgraded Bowen Street from a service street into a public plaza.
    • Spend a couple of days soaking up its 15th and 18th century buildings, modern skyscrapers and its pretty squares, parks and plazas.
    • Development of an urban center and plaza - a public open space with an academic building and retail stores - required 10 different funding sources.
  • 2US

    centro comercial masculine
    • At malls and huge shopping plazas, you get pushed and jostled.
    • It's more of a small indoor shopping plaza with retail stores and the like.
    • I finally caught up with him inside a store in one of the shopping plazas.
    • Remake them as outdoor shopping plazas, reminiscent of the town centers they replaced.
    • A mall, of course, is not that far removed from a shopping plaza.
    • Just right for walking back to my car way down the road in the shopping plaza where we left it.
    • In a bid to make the most of the evening I stormed the shopping plaza right across the hotel.
    • Customers vouch for the convenience of shopping in a plaza without the hassle of elbowing through a crowded market.
    • Sometimes it takes a new store or shopping plaza to wake a small business owner.
    • In designing our modern conveniences - groceries, retail, strip plazas, motels, banks - traffic planners assume that people will not walk more than 300 ft.
    • People are waiting in long lines even at shopping plazas since news of a shortage of vaccine surfaced last month.
    • Grant plays the affable front man for his family, who build condos and shopping plazas for a ridiculous profit.
    • Housed in upmarket shopping plazas, a string of outlets has come up at several locations.
    • Paddy fields and orchards have given way to shopping plazas and industrial buildings.
    • Shopping plazas have sprung up in every imaginable location of this sleepy town.
    • He expects to develop the retail plaza but most likely would sell the hotel and apartment property to developers.
    • I am now going to tell you a story from a popular shopping plaza in South Pattaya.
    • Built just eight years ago, its bright blue, green, and white facade still glows from a hillside overlooking a bustling shopping plaza.
    • That building burned down, and now there's a rather awful-looking shopping plaza in its place.
    • The speaker system played an unobtrusive drumming music that was perfectly suited for the food and a nice change from the normal quiet interspersed with chatter that occurs in most of the plaza restaurants.