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domenoun [C]

uk   /dəʊm/  us   /doʊm/
a ​roundedroof on a ​building or a ​room, or a ​building with such a ​roof a ​shape like one-half of a ​ball: Gerald had a ​longgreybeard and a ​shinybald dome (= ​head).
(Definition of dome from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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domenoun [C]

 us   /doʊm/
a ​roundedroof on a ​building: The dome of ​cityhall could be ​seen in the ​distance.
(Definition of dome from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “dome”
in Korean 반구형 지붕, 돔…
in Arabic قُبّة…
in Malaysian kubah…
in French dôme…
in Russian купол…
in Chinese (Traditional) 穹頂, 穹頂建築, 半球形…
in Italian cupola…
in Turkish kubbe…
in Polish kopuła…
in Spanish cúpula…
in Vietnamese mái vòm…
in Portuguese cúpula, abóbada…
in Thai หลังคารูปทรงกลม…
in German die Kuppel…
in Catalan cúpula…
in Japanese ドーム…
in Chinese (Simplified) 穹顶, 穹顶建筑, 半球形…
in Indonesian kubah…
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