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Translation of "tile" - English-Spanish dictionary

tile

noun   /taɪl/
one of the flat, square pieces that are used for covering roofs, floors, or walls teja, baldosa
verb   /taɪl/ ( present participle tiling, past tense and past participle tiled)
to cover a surface with tiles alicatar a tiled kitchen
(Definition of tile from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tile

noun /tail/
a piece of baked clay used in covering roofs, walls, floors etc teja; baldosa, azulejo Some of the tiles were blown off the roof during the storm.
a similar piece of plastic material used for covering floors etc baldosa kitchen tiles.
tiled adjective
covered with tiles embaldosado; alicatado; tejado a tiled floor.
(Definition of tile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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