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Translation of "tower" - English-Spanish dictionary

tower

noun   /taʊ·ər/
B1 a very tall, narrow building, or part of a building torre a church tower
(Definition of tower from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of tower from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “tower”
in Korean 탑…
in Arabic بُرْج…
in Malaysian menara…
in French tour…
in Russian башня…
in Chinese (Traditional) 塔, 建築物的塔形部分, 塔樓,高樓…
in Italian torre…
in Turkish kule…
in Polish wieża…
in Vietnamese tháp…
in Portuguese torre…
in Thai ตึกสูง, หอคอย…
in German der Turm…
in Catalan torre…
in Japanese 塔…
in Chinese (Simplified) 塔, 建筑物的塔形部分, 塔楼,高楼…
in Indonesian menara…
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