The plural of “grotto” is “grottos” or “grottoes.”
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
a. la gruta
There's a marble statue of the Greek goddess Aphrodite inside the grotto.Hay una estatua en mármol de la diosa griega Afrodita adentro de la gruta.
We explored some of the grottoes surrounding The Baths on Virgin Gorda.Exploramos algunas de las grutas que rodean The Baths en Virgen Gorda.
2. (artificial cave)
a. la gruta
Mr. Cortazar had a grotto built in the garden of his estate.El Sr. Cortázar mandó construir una gruta en el jardín de su hacienda.
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