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roof

noun [C]
 
 
/ruːf/
the covering that forms the top of a building, vehicle,
屋顶;车顶;顶部;盖
The house has a sloping/flat/tiled/thatched/etc. roof.
这所房子是斜顶/平顶/瓦顶/茅草等屋顶。
Put the luggage on the roof of the car.
把行李放在车顶上。
The roof (= upper surface) of the cave is 50 metres up.
洞顶距地面有50米高。
This cake is so dry that it sticks to the roof of your mouth (= upper surface of the mouth).
这蛋糕很干,吃的时候会粘在上颚上。
Roofs and parts of roofsThe exterior of vehicles
Translations of “roof”
in Arabic سَطْح…
in Korean 지붕…
in Malaysian atap…
in French toit…
in Turkish çatı, tavan…
in Italian tetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 屋頂, 車頂, 頂部…
in Russian крыша…
in Polish dach…
in Vietnamese mái nhà…
in Spanish techo…
in Portuguese telhado, teto…
in Thai หลังคา…
in German das Dach…
in Catalan teulada…
in Japanese 屋根, 屋上…
in Indonesian atap…
(Definition of roof noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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