Dam in spanish

Presa

pronunciation: pɹ̩esɑ part of speech: noun
In gestures

dam1 = presa, embalse, dique, represa. 

Example: The article 'Poland: the dam breaks' outlines the history of severe censorship restrictions in Poland = El artículo "Polonia: la presa revienta" describe en líneas generales la historia de las fuertes restricciones de la censura en Polonia.

dam2 = represar, embalsar, construir una presa, construir una represa, construir un embalse. 

Example: Farmlands, livestock, crops and natural biodiversity were lost due to changes in the river flow pattern caused by damming the rivers.

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» dam back = reprimir, contener.

Example: There are also those who all day long are mild, and courteous, and genial, and good-natured in public life, damming back their irritability, and their petulance, and their discontent.

» dam (up) = cortar, retener, contener, coartar, reprimir.

Example: But to prevent any meandering at all, or to dam the flow of talk too soon and too often by intruding, generally only frustrates spontaneity = Aunque evitar cualquier divagación o cortar el flujo de la conversación demasiado pronto y con demasiada frecuencia con interrupciones generalmente sólo coarta la espontaneidad.
Dam synonyms:
levee in spanish: dique, pronunciation: levi part of speech: noun dike in spanish: dique, pronunciation: daɪk part of speech: noun dyke in spanish: dique, pronunciation: daɪk part of speech: noun dkm in spanish: dkm, pronunciation: sikəm part of speech: noun decameter in spanish: decámetro, pronunciation: dikæmətɜr part of speech: noun dam up in spanish: embalsar, pronunciation: dæmʌp part of speech: verb dekameter in spanish: dekametro, pronunciation: dikæmətɜr part of speech: noun dekametre in spanish: dekametre, pronunciation: dikəmetri part of speech: noun decametre in spanish: decámetro, pronunciation: dikɑmətɜr part of speech: noun
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