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    Default Banquina

    Dear People, could you please help me in order to find the proper translation for "Banquina"?? I saw this word in some transit signals.

    Could be the shoulder of the road??

    Thank you

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    Lightbulb Banquina

    In Colombian Spanish "banquina" is referred to as "hombros", "shoulders" in English

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    Thank you Mariana, I will use "shoulder".

    Once I read that uruguayan people use "banquina" for the limit of the walk way...that made myself some doubtful.

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    Thumbs up jergas de habla hispana

    Esta palabra se usa en argentina uruguay paraguay y es arcen con acento ortografico en e, margen u orilla, margen de la calzada.
    En una carretera, cada uno de los margenes reservados a un lado y otro de la calzada para uso de peatones.

    Espero te ayude

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