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Spanish translation of “terrace”

terrace

noun /ˈterəs/
(one of a number of) raised level banks of earth etc , like large steps, on the side of a hill etc
terraza, bancal
Vines are grown on terraces on the hillside.
a row of houses connected to each other.
hilera de casas
terraced house noun ( British ) a house that is one of a line of houses joined to each other; row house ( American)
Casa en Linea
(Definition of terrace from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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