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Explanation: A gabion in English is a metal cylinder filled with earth or stones or something heavy like that. The Spanish is "gavión", and "gavionar" is the verb formed from it. Without more context, it is hard to tell what the two "rows" are, but maybe with this you can put it all together.
Williams' Spanish-English Dictionary; Webster's New World Collegiate Dict.
Baruch Avidar Israel Local time: 01:36 Native speaker of: English, Spanish PRO pts in pair: 92
Thanks for the explanation and the appropriate translation.
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