1. (in country) 
a. el vereda f, camino (M) 
2. (in town) 
a. el callejón (M) 
3. (on road) 
a. el carril (M) 
traffic is reduced to two lanesse ha limitado el tráfico a dos carriles
4. (for runner, swimmer) 
a. la calle (F) 
b. el andarivel (M) () 
lane [leɪn]
1 (in country) camino (m)
a quiet country lane un tranquilo camino or sendero rural
Follow the lane to the river ...over the small bridges, down narrow lanes...
2 (in town) callejuela (f); callejón (m)
The hotel car park is down the lane on the right rubbish is collected from the back lane on Fridays ...The Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane
3 (Aut) carril (m); vía (f); (LAm)
(to be in) the left-hand lane
bus lane carril de autobuses
to change lanes cambiar de carril
Should we speed up, slow down, change lanes, stop and alert the highway patrol? All these complex mental operations must be completed in a few seconds, sometimes in a fraction of a second
cycle lane carril (m) bici; carril (m) de bicicletas
the fast lane (Britain) el carril de la derecha; (most countries) el carril de la izquierda
the frenzied pace of life in the fast lane el ritmo de vida frenético de los que viven a tope
life in the fast lane
"get in lane" "incorpórese al carril"
the inside lane (Britain) el carril de la izquierda; (most countries) el carril de la derecha
He lost control when his car skidded on oil in the outside lane of the M25 When he eventually overtook the last truck he pulled over to the inside lane and then left the motorway altogether I pulled out into the eastbound lane of Route 2
"keep in lane" "manténgase en su carril"
the outside lane (Britain) el carril de la derecha; (most countries) el carril de la izquierda
traffic was reduced to a single lane se pasó a circular por un solo carril
a three-lane motorway una autopista de tres carriles
I'm in the wrong lane no estoy en el carril donde debería estar
4 (Náut) ruta (f)
we had just crossed a lane of up-Channel shipping ...a separation lane between two shipping lanes
sea lane ruta (f) marítima
in 1983, Japan committed itself to defend its air and sea lanes within 1,000 miles of the Japanese territory
shipping lane ruta (f) de navegación
5 (Aer) (also air lane) corredor (m) aéreo; ruta (f) aérea
the pilot was way outside any safe lane... a new plan to ease congestion in Europe's overcrowded air lanes in 1983, Japan committed itself to defend its /ai/r and sea /lanes/ within 1,000 miles of the Japanese territory
6 (Dep) calle (f)
Swimming in heat one, /lane one/ is Sharon Hunter from Scotland The American, who ran in lane four next to Breslin in three, dominated the race
inside/outside lane calle (f) de dentro/de fuera
he ran in the inside lane he was swimming in the outside lane
lane closure (n) corte (m) de carril
there will be lane closures on the M1 habrá carriles cortados en la M1
lane markings (n) líneas (f) divisorias


1. (general) 
a. wool-bearing 
ganado lanarsheep
wool-bearing; wool
ganado lanar sheep
Verb Conjugations for lanar
Gerund: lanando
Participle: lanado
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