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Translation of "tower" - English-Spanish dictionary

tower

noun /ˈtauə/
a tall, narrow (part of a) building, especially (of) a castle
torre
the Tower of London a church tower.
towering adjective very high
elevado, dominante
towering cliffs.
(of rage, fury etc) very violent or angry
intenso, extremo
He was in a towering rage.
tower block noun ( British ) a very high block of flats, offices etc
edificio tipo torre
They live in a tower block.
Translations of “tower”
in Arabic بُرْج…
in Korean 탑…
in Malaysian menara…
in French tour…
in Turkish kule…
in Italian torre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 塔, 建築物的塔形部分, 塔樓,高樓…
in Russian башня…
in Polish wieża…
in Vietnamese tháp…
in Portuguese torre…
in Thai ตึกสูง, หอคอย…
in German der Turm…
in Catalan torre…
in Japanese 塔…
in Indonesian menara…
in Chinese (Simplified) 塔, 建筑物的塔形部分, 塔楼,高楼…
(Definition of tower from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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