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synonyms for centrales

  • average
  • center
  • central
  • intermediary
  • intermediate
  • mean
  • midpoint
  • midway
  • par
  • centermost
  • equidistant
  • halfway
  • medial
  • mid
  • middlemost
  • midmost
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antonyms for centrales

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  • extreme
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How to use centrales in a sentence

Early next morning, the Harrises took carriages to the Halles Centrales, or union markets.
THE HARRIS-INGRAM EXPERIMENTCHARLES E. BOLTON
Others, known as "colonos," are planters only, the crop being sold to the mills commonly called "centrales."
CUBA, OLD AND NEWALBERT GARDNER ROBINSON
El aljibe suele estar en medio de plantas, que crecen en cuadros y canteros centrales o en arriates contra los muros.
HEATH'S MODERN LANGUAGE SERIES: THE SPANISH AMERICAN READERERNESTO NELSON
The Halles Centrales occupy an entire square in the center of the city and cost $75,000, exclusive of the site.
A TERMINAL MARKET SYSTEMMRS. ELMER BLACK
The whole had been arranged under the superintendence of Ballard, the architect of the Halles Centrales.
AN ENGLISHMAN IN PARISALBERT D. (ALBERT DRESDEN) VANDAM
But despite his efforts three other centrales surpass it in productive capacity.
THE HISTORY OF CUBA, VOL. 5WILLIS FLETCHER JOHNSON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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