ledge Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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ledgenoun [C]

uk   us   /ledʒ/
a ​narrowshelf that ​sticks out from a ​verticalsurface
(Definition of ledge from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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ledgenoun [C]

 us   /ledʒ/
a ​narrow, ​flatarea like a ​shelf that ​sticks out from a ​building, ​cliff, or other ​verticalsurface: a ​window ledge
(Definition of ledge from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “ledge”
in Korean 턱…
in Arabic حافة…
in Malaysian belebas…
in French rebord, corniche…
in Russian выступ…
in Chinese (Traditional) 壁架,橫檔…
in Italian davanzale…
in Turkish pervaz, çıkıntı, pencere altı kenarı…
in Polish parapet, półka…
in Spanish repisa, alféizar, estante…
in Vietnamese gờ, rìa…
in Portuguese peitoril…
in Thai ชั้นที่ยื่นออกจากผนัง…
in German der Sims, der Rand…
in Catalan ampit…
in Japanese 窓の下枠…
in Chinese (Simplified) 壁架,横档…
in Indonesian tubir, langkan…
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