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Translation of "Gothic" - English-Spanish dictionary

Gothic

adjective   /ˈɡɒθ.ɪk/
of or like a style of building that was common in Europe between the 12th and 16th centuries and whose characteristics are pointed arches and windows, high ceilings, and tall, thin columns gótico a Gothic cathedral Gothic arches36254
used to describe writing or films in which strange things happen in frightening places gótico 235
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