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Spanish translation of “ceiling”

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ceiling

noun /ˈsiːliŋ/
the inner roof (of a room etc)
techo
You should paint the ceiling before you paint the walls.
Translations of “ceiling”
in Korean 천정…
in Arabic سَقْف…
in French plafond…
in Italian soffitto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天花板, 天花板,頂棚…
in Russian потолок, предел…
in Turkish tavan, tavan fiyat…
in Polish sufit, pułap…
in Portuguese teto, forro…
in German die Decke…
in Catalan sostre…
in Japanese 天井…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天花板, 天花板,顶棚…
(Definition of ceiling from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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