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Translation of "patio" - English-Spanish dictionary

patio

noun   /ˈpæt·i·əʊ/ ( plural patios)
an area outside a house with a hard floor, where people can sit to eat and relax porche, patio Let’s have lunch on the patio.
(Definition of patio from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

patio

noun /ˈpætwaː/ ( plural patios)
a hard flat area covered with concrete etc at the back of a house where people can sit outside Patio He was sitting on the patio sunning himself.
(Definition of patio from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “patio”
in Korean 파티오…
in Arabic فِناء…
in Malaysian patio…
in Russian внутренний дворик…
in Chinese (Traditional) 院子,天井, 露臺,平臺…
in Italian patio, terrazza…
in Turkish teras, taraça, veranda…
in Polish taras, patio…
in Vietnamese hiên…
in Portuguese pátio…
in Thai นอกชาน, ลานบ้าน…
in Catalan pati, eixida…
in Japanese パティオ, テラス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 院子,天井, 露台,平台…
in Indonesian beranda…
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