sewer
noun
1. (pipe for waste) 
My brother claimed his tennis ball fell into the sewer.Mi hermano dice que su pelota de tenis se cayó a la alcantarilla.
b. la cloaca (F) 
The streets downtown smelled like an open sewer.Las calles en el centro de la ciudad olían como una cloaca abierta.
sewers
plural noun
2. (system of pipes) 
At that time, the town had neither sewers nor running water.En esa época, la ciudad no tenía ni alcantarillado ni agua corriente.
sewer
Noun
1. (pipe) 
a. la alcantarilla f, cloaca (F) 
main sewercolector m
sewer [ˈsjʊəʳ]
noun
alcantarilla (f); albañal (m); cloaca (f)
to have a mind like a sewer tener la mente podrida
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