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Spanish translation: Paredes y cielorraso de la buhardilla

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English term or phrase:dormer walls and dormer ceilings
Spanish translation:Paredes y cielorraso de la buhardilla
Entered by: Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
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06:44 Mar 15, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: dormer walls and dormer ceilings
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Paredes y cielorraso de la buhardilla
Explanation:
Hi,

Found this for you in ENCARTA ENGLISH WORLD DICTIONARY:

dor·mer [dáwrmr ] (plural dor·mers) or dor·mer win·dow noun
window projecting from roof: a window for a room within the roof space that is built out at right angles to the main roof and has its own gable


[Late 16th century. From Old French dormëor "sleeping room," from dormir "to sleep" (see dormant ). The original English sense was "dormitory or bedroom window."]

Saludos, :)
BD


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naParedes y cielorraso de la buhardilla
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naparedes y cielo raso de la buhardillaIvan Sanchez


  

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paredes y cielo raso de la buhardilla


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Ivan Sanchez
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Paredes y cielorraso de la buhardilla


Explanation:
Hi,

Found this for you in ENCARTA ENGLISH WORLD DICTIONARY:

dor·mer [dáwrmr ] (plural dor·mers) or dor·mer win·dow noun
window projecting from roof: a window for a room within the roof space that is built out at right angles to the main roof and has its own gable


[Late 16th century. From Old French dormëor "sleeping room," from dormir "to sleep" (see dormant ). The original English sense was "dormitory or bedroom window."]

Saludos, :)
BD





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