1. (to hold with nails)
a. to nail
Roberto había enclavado la alacena a la pared.Roberto had nailed the cupboard to the wall.
2. (to situate)
a. to place
El general ordenó enclavar el campamento en mitad del valle.The general ordered to place the camp in the middle of the valley.
3. (to be situated; used with "en")
Verb Conjugations for enclavar
Present Participle: enclavando
Past Participle: enclavado
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