1. (on a railroad)
a. tie (United States)
Las traviesas tradicionalmente eran de madera, pero hoy en día el cemento se utiliza ampliamente.Ties were traditionally made of wood, but concrete is now widely used.
b. sleeper (United Kingdom)
En el Reino Unido, las traviesas de plástico son menos comunes que las de madera.In the United Kingdom, plastic sleepers are less common than wood sleepers.
Estas dos traviesas sostienen el techo.These two crossbeams support the roof.
a. sleeper (United Kingdom)
b. tie (United States)
a. crossbeam, tie beam
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