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SPANISH WORD "acecia"

Old Aug 18th 2006, 11:20 am
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Can someone tell me what the word ACECIA is, as in Water is by a acecia ? cant find it in my dictionary...it was used in one of the Estate Agents sites, Thanks .
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Old Aug 18th 2006, 11:40 am
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An irrigation stream.

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QUOTE=jonsol]Can someone tell me what the word ACECIA is, as in Water is by a acecia ? cant find it in my dictionary...it was used in one of the Estate Agents sites, Thanks .[/QUOTE]
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Old Aug 18th 2006, 12:18 pm
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An irrigation stream.

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QUOTE=jonsol]Can someone tell me what the word ACECIA is, as in Water is by a acecia ? cant find it in my dictionary...it was used in one of the Estate Agents sites, Thanks .
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O.K., Thanks for that,
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Old Aug 18th 2006, 8:19 pm
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Default Re: SPANISH WORD "acecia"

The reason why you could not find it in your dictionary is that it is spelt acequia. In Spain it refers to a man-made channel or ditch which has been made for irrigation purposes.

This involves paying an annual fee to a Mancomunidad or Comunidad de Regantes for the maintenance of the pumping equipment and a further payment each time you use it. If you are purchasing a property with land irrigated in such a way it is another thing to check that the payments are up to date for.

In South American Spanish it can mean a natural stream.
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The reason why you could not find it in your dictionary is that it is spelt acequia. In Spain it refers to a man-made channel or ditch which has been made for irrigation purposes.

This involves paying an annual fee to a Mancomunidad or Comunidad de Regantes for the maintenance of the pumping equipment and a further payment each time you use it. If you are purchasing a property with land irrigated in such a way it is another thing to check that the payments are up to date for.

In South American Spanish it can mean a natural stream.
Oh yes , I just wrote it down the way the estate agents site spelt it ,so its must be a non Spaniard who set up the site, many thanks,
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