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French translation of “conservatory”

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conservatory

noun /kənˈsəːvətri, (American) -toːri/ ( plural conservatories)
a kind of greenhouse, or a glass-walled part of a building, in which plants are grown.
serre
a school of music, art etc.
conservatoire
Translations of “conservatory”
in Spanish invernadero, conservatorio…
in German das Gewächshaus, das Konservatorium…
in Chinese (Traditional) 學校, 音樂學院, 戲劇學院…
in Russian оранжерея…
in Turkish sera, evde her tarafı camla çevrili oda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 学校, 音乐学院, 戏剧学院…
in Polish weranda…
(Definition of conservatory from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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