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steeplenoun [C]

us   /ˈsti·pəl/
a tall, narrow structure, esp. on a church, having a pointed top
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Translations of “steeple”
in Korean 첨탑…
in Arabic بُرج الكَنيسة…
in Malaysian menara tinggi di gereja…
in French clocher…
in Russian колокольня…
in Chinese (Traditional) (教堂的)尖頂, 尖塔…
in Italian guglia (campanile)…
in Turkish kilise kulesi, çan kulesi…
in Polish wieża, wieżyczka…
in Spanish chapitel, campanario…
in Vietnamese tháp chuông…
in Portuguese agulha de torre…
in Thai ยอดหลังคา…
in German der Kirchturm…
in Catalan torre amb agulla…
in Japanese 教会の尖(せん)塔…
in Chinese (Simplified) (教堂的)尖顶, 尖塔…
in Indonesian menara…
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