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eaves

plural noun     /iːvz/
the edge of a roof that sticks out over the top of a wall 屋簷 Roofs and parts of roofs
Translations of “eaves”
in Vietnamese mái hiên…
in Spanish alero…
in Thai ชายคาบ้าน…
in Malaysian cucur atap…
in French avant-toit…
in German überhängende Dachkante…
in Indonesian talang…
in Russian свес крыши…
in Turkish saçak, çatı saçakları…
in Chinese (Simplified) 屋檐…
in Polish okap…
(Definition of eaves from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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