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domenoun [C]

uk   /dəʊm/  us   /doʊm/
a rounded roof on a building or a room, or a building with such a roof a shape like one-half of a ball: Gerald had a long grey beard and a shiny bald dome (= head).
Translations of “dome”
in Arabic قُبّة…
in Korean 반구형 지붕, 돔…
in Malaysian kubah…
in French dôme…
in Turkish kubbe…
in Italian cupola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 穹頂, 穹頂建築, 半球形…
in Russian купол…
in Polish kopuła…
in Vietnamese mái vòm…
in Spanish cúpula…
in Portuguese cúpula, abóbada…
in Thai หลังคารูปทรงกลม…
in German die Kuppel…
in Catalan cúpula…
in Japanese ドーム…
in Indonesian kubah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 穹顶, 穹顶建筑, 半球形…
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