masculine noun
1. (narrow street) 
a. alley 
El ladrón se metió en un callejón oscuro y se escapó.The thief went down a dark alley and escaped.
b. passage 
El casco viejo de la ciudad es un laberinto de callejones empedrados.The old quarter of the city is a labyrinth of cobbled passages.
2. (bullfighting) 
a. refuge 
No pude correr más así que salté al callejón para escaparme del toro.I couldn't run anymore so I jumped into the refuge to get out of the way of the bull.
1. (general) 
a. alley 
callejón sin salidadead end, blind alley
(calleja) alley; passage; (And) (calle) main street; (Taur) space between inner and outer barriers; (Geografía) narrow pass
callejón sin salida cul-de-sac; dead end; blind alley
las negociaciones están en un callejón sin salida the negotiations are at an impasse; the negotiations are stalemated; gente de callejón (And) low-class people
Phrases with "callejón"
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callejón sin salida
dead end
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