cerrar con un muro

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cerrar con un muro
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (general)
a. to close off with a wall
Cerraron con un muro la parcela de tierra, aunque no era legalmente suya.They closed off the plot of land with a wall, although it wasn't legally theirs.
b. to wall in
Deberíamos cerrar el recinto de la piscina con un muro, para que solo los residentes en el edificio tuvieran acceso a ella.We should wall in the swimming pool area, so that only residents in the building have access to it.
c. to wall off
Cerramos con un muro una esquina del jardín para cultivar allí un pequeño huerto.We walled off a corner of the garden to cultivate a small orchard there.
d. to wall up
Cuando nos fuimos a vivir a la ciudad, cerramos la ventana del piso de abajo con un muro para que no pudiera entrar nadie en la casa en nuestra ausencia.When we moved to the city, we walled up the downstairs window so that no one could get into the house in our absence.
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