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Amy, I don't know the best way to put this in English - if it would be coated, as Mike said, or clad, or sth else - but I'm 100% sure revestido refers to wall tiles, which in Port we usually say "prédio pastilhado". They often say this in ads to add value
Amy, I think you understood it right, that's what the author meant, it's finished with some kind of finish (as opposed to some exposed building material, like concrete, whatever) - however, it's missing what the finish is, that was my reading as well.
Well, this is what confused me about this...to me it should be clad with something, not just clad...it sounds kind of weird.
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Explanation: coated façade
1. to dress (to clothe) again;
2. to coat, to face, to line, to reline, to overlay, to cover;
1. to assume, to affect;
2. to invest oneself with, to arm oneself with;
revestir de aço to coat with steel;
revestir-se de paciência to arm oneself with patience;
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Explanation: Even though it does sound a little strange, without any other description I can't think of anything that would sound any better.
Modern architectural lines and a facade that is 100% finished, highlight the beauty ......
Other translations for revestida in this context include: revetment, facing (described as an architectural finish), surface, covering, front, false front, siding.
Hello Amy! In response to your note: 'tile clad' is perfect, but only if they have used tiles as cladding material. If façades are clad with any other material, TILE-clad is wrong......
Marcel F Local time: 07:41 Works in field Native speaker of: Dutch, French PRO pts in category: 4
Thanks, Marcel, and everyone for your suggestions. I decided to go with tile clad, because of Denise's suggestion.
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