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mosaicnoun [C]

uk   /məʊˈzeɪ.ɪk/  us   /moʊ-/
a pattern or picture made using many small pieces of coloured stone or glass: a beautiful tenth-century mosaicfigurative The country is now a cultural and social mosaic (= mixture) due to the influx of different ethnic groups.
Translations of “mosaic”
in Arabic فُسيفَساء…
in Korean 모자이크…
in Malaysian mozek…
in French mosaïque…
in Turkish mozaik…
in Italian mosaico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 馬賽克, 鑲嵌圖案, 鑲嵌畫…
in Russian мозаика…
in Polish mozaika…
in Vietnamese đồ khảm…
in Spanish mosaico…
in Portuguese mosaico…
in Thai การประดับด้วยหิน หรือแก้วสีต่าง ๆ…
in German das Mosaik…
in Catalan mosaic…
in Japanese モザイク…
in Indonesian mosaik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 马赛克, 镶嵌图案, 镶嵌画…
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