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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
kitchen tiles.
tiled adjective covered with tiles
embaldosado; alicatado; tejado
a tiled floor.
Translations of “tile”
in Korean 타일…
in Arabic قَرْميد, بَلاط…
in French tuile, carreau…
in Italian tegola, mattonella…
in Chinese (Traditional) 瓦片, 瓷磚…
in Russian черепица, кафель…
in Turkish kiremit, fayans, çini…
in Polish kafelek, dachówka, płytka…
in Portuguese telha, azulejo, ladrilho…
in German der Ziegel, die Fliese…
in Catalan rajola, teula…
in Japanese (床や壁などの)タイル, 瓦…
in Chinese (Simplified) 瓦片, 瓷砖…
(Definition of tile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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