enclavar

enclavar
transitive verb
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.
enclavarse
pronominal verb
3. (to be situated; used with "en") 
a. no direct translation 
El hotel se enclava en uno de los rincones más bellos del casco viejo.The hotel is in the very heart of the old city.
La aldea se enclava en el interior de las montañas asturianas.The village is set deep in the Asturian mountains.
enclavar
transitive verb
1. (clavar) 
a. to nail 
enclavar
transitive verb
1 (situar) to place
2 (Técnica) (clavar) to nail; (traspasar) to pierce; transfix
3 (empotrar) to embed; set
4 (engañar) to swindle; con (familiar)
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