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Translation of "pillar" - English-Spanish dictionary

pillar

noun   /ˈpɪl·ər/
a tall structure made of stone, wood, etc. that supports something above it pilar The new bridge will be supported by 100 concrete pillars.
(Definition of pillar from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pillar

noun /ˈpilə/
an upright post used in building as a support or decoration pilar, columna The hall was surrounded by stone pillars.
pillarbox noun
(British) a box found in public places, into which letters are posted to be collected by a postman. buzón
(Definition of pillar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “pillar”
in Korean 기둥…
in Arabic عَمود…
in Malaysian tiang…
in French pilier…
in Russian столб, колонна…
in Chinese (Traditional) (建築物的)柱子,支柱, 墩…
in Italian colonna, pilastro…
in Turkish sütun, direk…
in Polish filar, słup…
in Vietnamese cột trụ…
in Portuguese pilar, sustentáculo, alicerce…
in Thai เสาค้ำ…
in German der Pfeiler…
in Catalan pilar…
in Japanese 柱, 支柱…
in Chinese (Simplified) (建筑物的)柱子,支柱, 墩…
in Indonesian tiang…
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