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dado rail

noun [C] uk   /ˈdeɪ.dəʊ.reɪl/ us    /-doʊ-/
a long, thin piece of decorative wood fixed about one metre above the floor along the walls of a room
Translations of “dado rail”
in Chinese (Traditional) (木質)牆裙裝飾線,腰線,壓裙線…
in Chinese (Simplified) (木质)墙裙装饰线,腰线,压裙线…
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