Abschleppungen

English translation: shed roofs

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German term or phrase:Abschleppungen
English translation:shed roofs
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21:33 Oct 12, 2004
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Architecture
German term or phrase: Abschleppungen
"Auch dieses 4-Achsen-Musterhaus mit Abschleppungen auf beiden Seiten fasziniert durch seine filigrane und transparente Gestaltung, die großzügige und unkonventionelle Aufteilung."

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Nadja
Nadja Leonard
United States
Local time: 04:19
Shed roofs/penthouse roofs
Explanation:
Not found in any of my dictionaries, but I assume it does not refer to towed away cars on both sides. Maybe "Schleppdach" helps :Schleppdach n, Pultdach n, abgeschlepptes Dach n / pent roof, penthouse roof, shed roof (US)

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Shed roofs/penthouse roofs


Explanation:
Not found in any of my dictionaries, but I assume it does not refer to towed away cars on both sides. Maybe "Schleppdach" helps :Schleppdach n, Pultdach n, abgeschlepptes Dach n / pent roof, penthouse roof, shed roof (US)

(Ernst)



    Reference: http://library.stcsc.edu/architecture/shedroof.htm
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