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roof

noun /ruːf/
the top covering of a building etc
techo
a flat roof a tiled roof the roof of a car.
roofing noun material that is used for building or repairing roofs
Techumbre
(also adjective) roofing tiles.
the process of building or repairing roofs
Construcción de Techos
(also adjective) a roofing company..
roof rack noun (British ) a metal frame fixed to the roof of a car and used for carrying large objects such as bags and cases; baggage rack(American)
Portaequipajes
roof top noun the upper surface of a roof
Techo
Our hotel room had a view over the rooftops of Paris.
go through the roof / hit the roof to become very angry
subirse por las paredes
She hit the roof when he forgot their wedding anniversary.
roof of the mouth noun the upper part of the mouth.
paladar
Translations of “roof”
in Korean 지붕…
in Arabic سَطْح…
in French toit…
in Italian tetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 屋頂, 車頂, 頂部…
in Russian крыша…
in Turkish çatı, tavan…
in Polish dach…
in Portuguese telhado, teto…
in German das Dach…
in Catalan teulada…
in Japanese 屋根, 屋上…
in Chinese (Simplified) 屋顶, 车顶, 顶部…
(Definition of roof from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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