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04:48 Apr 13, 2000
English to Portuguese translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: Orangery
Part of a Palace. For example it exists in the Hampton Court Palace.
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naLaranjal; Estufaxxxceleah
naLaranjal
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18 mins
Laranjal


Explanation:
"Orangery" can be translated as "laranjal" and it is indeed a part of a palace - the garden, where orange trees are palnted. In the old times, houses used to have such a garden with fruit trees.

zathariam
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19 hrs
Laranjal; Estufa


Explanation:
This can be translated into portuguese by Laranjal or even as a kind of greenhouse for these kind of trees, specially in countries with cold climate.

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