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Italian translation of “patio”

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patio

noun
 
/ˈpæt·i·əʊ/ ( plural patios)
an area outside a house with a hard floor, where people can sit to eat and relax
patio, terrazza
Let’s have lunch on the patio.
Translations of “patio”
in Spanish Patio…
in Korean 파티오…
in Arabic فِناء…
in Portuguese pátio…
in Catalan pati, eixida…
in Japanese パティオ, テラス…
in Chinese (Traditional) 院子,天井, 露臺,平臺…
in Russian внутренний дворик…
in Turkish teras, taraça, veranda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 院子,天井, 露台,平台…
in Polish taras, patio…
(Definition of patio from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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