vera

 
vera
feminine noun
1. (border) 
a. side 
Se nos ponchó una llanta y tuvimos que parar a cambiarla a la vera de la carretera.We had a flat tire and had to stop by the side of the road to fix it.
b. edge 
¿Ves esa casita a la vera de la calle?Do you see that little house along the edge of the road?
2. (geography) 
a. bank (of a river) 
Ayer paseamos por el campo y llegamos hasta la vera de ese río largo.Yesterday we went for a walk in the countryside and made it all the way down to the bank of that long river.
b. shore (of a lake or ocean) 
Los pioneros vivían en una cabaña a la vera de un lago.The pioneers lived in cabin on the shore of a lake.
3. (proximity) 
a. side 
Él estuvo a mi vera, cuidándome mientras estuve enferma.He was by my side, taking care of me while I was sick.
Tenía que quedarme quieto y sentarme a la vera de mi madre durante la misa.I had to stay put and sit next to my mother during the mass.
Espero estar a tu vera toda la vida, mi amor.I hope to be with you all my life, my love.
vera
Noun
1. (orilla; de río, lago) 
a. bank 
2. (de camino) 
a. edge, side 
3. (lado) 
a. side 
a la vera denext to
vera
(gen) edge; verge; berm; (EEUU) [de río] bank
a la vera de near; next to; a la vera del camino beside the road; at the roadside; se sentó a mi vera he sat down beside me
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