autopista

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autopista

(ˌɔːtəˈpiːstə)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a Spanish motorway
[from Spanish: auto(mobile) track]
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However, Federico Restrepo Posada, Chief Executive Officer at Autopistas para la Prosperidad, believes that the opportunities in the developed countries will not be better than what Colombia and some other countries in the region already have on the table.
Asi, el diseno urbano de Buenos Aires se muestra atravesado por las diferencias socioeconomicas marcadas por la logica del capitalismo tardio; las zonas privilegiadas donde la arquitectura burguesa se expande en edificios modernos y shoppings esta cruzada por autopistas y puentes que, lejos de mantener el aislamiento, permiten ilustrar el contacto no deseado con lo marginal.
Keeping by the northeast coast of Barcelona, we get onto the Gerona A7 road, then the Barcelona-Montmelo autopista (Spanish highways are divided into tolled autopistas and toll-free autovias).
The project award was originally won in 2004 by Autopistas del Valle, which transferred it in 2013 to OAS for a figure that has been mentioned of about $35 million, after years of delays in expropriations and without Autopistas del Valle having managed to obtain the required financing.
Our car was a five-speed manual which hummed along the Spanish autopistas capably despite the rather handicapped wheelbase, which measures a mere 90.
Motorists on the Continent have been paying to travel on authbahns, autoroutes and autopistas for decades without serious complaint.
El estado tiene autopistas, prioriza sus escuelas y universidades y tiene una diversificada infraestructura energetica.
Fideicomiso de Apoyo para el Rescate de Autopistas Concesionadas, FARAC).
Empresa Nacional de Autopistas holds 100% of ENA Sur's shares.
Skanska has sold its investment in the PPP (Private Public Partnership) highway Autopistas de Antofagasta in Chile for about SEK 400 M.