Abarrote in english


pronunciation: groʊsɜri part of speech: noun
In gestures

abarrotar = crowd ; throng ; overbook ; pack. 

Example: Titles on alternative medicine are now crowding US bookshelves.Example: The street was thronged by people who had not a moment to spare.Example: At any rate, since hotels in Vienna are usually overbooked in May we strongly recommend you to book your hotel as early as possible.Example: Because it is such a competitive market, nightclubs are constantly reinventing themselves and places that are packed one weekend are deserted the next.


» abarrotar (de)clutter (with) .

Example: This is not to say that the library should be cluttered with ugly signs; all notices should be carefully contrived and aesthetically pleasing.

» abarrotar las callescome (all) out in + (full) forcebe (all) out in (full) forcefill + the streetspour into + the streets .

Example: The supporters of Henry George came out in force last night and marched over a route two miles long.

Example: Myanmar's police and military were out in force again on Friday, patrolling the deserted streets.

Example: More then 30,000 demonstrators filled the streets around the White House today chanting, 'Stop the US-Israeli war against Lebanon and Palestine'.

Example: The quake was so intense that people poured into the streets through fear.

Abarrote synonyms

market in spanish: mercado, pronunciation: mɑrkət part of speech: noun foodstuff in spanish: productos alimenticios, pronunciation: fudstəf part of speech: noun grocery store in spanish: tienda de comestibles, pronunciation: groʊsɜristɔr part of speech: noun
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