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gable

noun [C]  us   /ˈɡeɪ·bəl/
the triangular top end of the wall of a building where it meets the sloping parts of a roof
Translations of “gable”
in Vietnamese đầu hồi…
in Spanish aguilón…
in Thai หลังคาหน้าจั่ว…
in Malaysian gabel…
in French pignon…
in German der Giebel…
in Chinese (Traditional) 山牆,三角牆…
in Indonesian menonjol…
in Russian фронтон…
in Turkish çatı ile duvarın üst kısmının birleştiği yer…
in Chinese (Simplified) 山墙,三角墙…
in Polish szczyt (ściany)…
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