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spire

noun [C] uk   /spaɪər/ us    /spaɪr/
Translations of “spire”
in Korean 뾰족탑…
in Arabic قُمّة مُسْتَدِقّة…
in French flèche…
in Turkish kule külâhı, kule ucu/tepesi…
in Italian guglia…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指教堂頂部的)尖塔,尖頂…
in Russian шпиль…
in Polish wieżyczka, iglica…
in Spanish aguja…
in Portuguese ponta de torre de igreja…
in German die Spitze…
in Catalan agulla…
in Japanese (教会などの)尖塔(せんとう)…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指教堂顶部的)尖塔,尖顶…
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