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English translation: post and petrail; post and pan

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Serbian term or phrase:bondrucna
English translation:post and petrail; post and pan
Entered by: V&M Stanković
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18:20 Dec 18, 2005
Serbian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Architecture
Serbian term or phrase: bondrucna
ozidan je nov severni zid jer je stari bio bondrucne konstrukcije ispunjen cerpi;om ( nepecene cigle - blato )debljine 15 cm
srma
post and petrail; post and pan
Explanation:
REF.
- Živković dr S, Građevinski rečnik
- Vukićević B, Građevinski rečnik


“Jasna Bjeladinovic-Jergic - Traditional architecture

Houses have a wooden skeleton which is filled with light materials and mud. This is the "bondruk" (the "post and petrail") type home, which is also called the "Morava type house" because it is so common in the Morava basin. In the north, on the Pannonian plains - Vojvodina, Baranja, and part of Slavonia - where the soil is most malleable, houses are built of tightly packed mud and straw, or of unbaked bricks.”
(http://www.rastko.org.yu/isk/jbjeladinovic-traditional_archi...


“A house erected in the timber-framed technology (post and pan). The house skeleton is visible.”
(http://www.wakodomy.pl/Aninfo.php)
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V&M Stanković
Serbia
Local time: 05:19
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5 +7post and petrail; post and pan
V&M Stanković


  

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post and petrail; post and pan


Explanation:
REF.
- Živković dr S, Građevinski rečnik
- Vukićević B, Građevinski rečnik


“Jasna Bjeladinovic-Jergic - Traditional architecture

Houses have a wooden skeleton which is filled with light materials and mud. This is the "bondruk" (the "post and petrail") type home, which is also called the "Morava type house" because it is so common in the Morava basin. In the north, on the Pannonian plains - Vojvodina, Baranja, and part of Slavonia - where the soil is most malleable, houses are built of tightly packed mud and straw, or of unbaked bricks.”
(http://www.rastko.org.yu/isk/jbjeladinovic-traditional_archi...


“A house erected in the timber-framed technology (post and pan). The house skeleton is visible.”
(http://www.wakodomy.pl/Aninfo.php)

V&M Stanković
Serbia
Local time: 05:19
Works in field
Native speaker of: Native in SerbianSerbian, Native in Serbo-CroatSerbo-Croat
PRO pts in category: 4

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Sherefedin MUSTAFA
9 mins
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agree  Alma Ahmetovic
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agree  Veronica Prpic Uhing
25 mins
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agree  Gabriela Nikolova
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agree  Kornelija
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agree  mita
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agree  Jelena Bubalo
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