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Spanish translation of “steeple”

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steeple

noun /ˈstiːpl/
a high tower of a church etc, usually having a spire.
campanario
steeplechase noun a race on horseback or on foot across open country, over hedges etc , or over a course on which obstacles (eg fences, hedges etc) have been made.
carrera de obstáculos
Translations of “steeple”
in Korean 첨탑…
in Arabic بُرج الكَنيسة…
in French clocher…
in Italian guglia (campanile)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (教堂的)尖頂, 尖塔…
in Russian колокольня…
in Turkish kilise kulesi, çan kulesi…
in Polish wieża, wieżyczka…
in Portuguese agulha de torre…
in German der Kirchturm…
in Catalan torre amb agulla…
in Japanese 教会の尖(せん)塔…
in Chinese (Simplified) (教堂的)尖顶, 尖塔…
(Definition of steeple from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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