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Spanish translation of “banister”

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banister

noun /ˈbӕnistə/
(often plural) the handrail of a staircase and the posts supporting it.
barandilla, pasamanos
one of the posts supporting the handrail.
balaustre
Translations of “banister”
in Korean 난간…
in Arabic دَرابْزين, سُور الدَّرَج…
in French rampe, barreau…
in Italian ringhiera…
in Chinese (Traditional) (樓梯的)欄杆…
in Russian перила…
in Turkish trabzan, merdiven korkuluğu…
in Polish poręcz, balustrada…
in Portuguese corrimão…
in German das Treppengeländer, der Geländerpfosten…
in Catalan barana…
in Japanese 階段の手すり…
in Chinese (Simplified) (楼梯的)栏杆…
(Definition of banister from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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