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Spanish translation of “frieze”

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frieze

noun /friːz/
a narrow strip around the walls of a room, building etc near the top, usually decorated with pictures, carving etc
friso
The walls were decorated with a frieze of horses.
Translations of “frieze”
in French frise…
in German der Fries…
in Chinese (Traditional) (室內或屋頂下方牆壁的)簷壁飾帶…
in Russian фриз…
in Turkish duvar üzerine yapılan süsleme/dekorasyon…
in Chinese (Simplified) (室内或屋顶下方墙壁的)檐壁饰带…
in Polish fryz…
(Definition of frieze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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