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frieze

noun [C] uk   /friːz/ us  
a narrow piece of decoration along a wall, either inside a room or on the outside of a building just under the roof
Translations of “frieze”
in Spanish friso…
in French frise…
in German der Fries…
in Chinese (Traditional) (室內或屋頂下方牆壁的)簷壁飾帶…
in Russian фриз…
in Turkish duvar üzerine yapılan süsleme/dekorasyon…
in Chinese (Simplified) (室内或屋顶下方墙壁的)檐壁饰带…
in Polish fryz…
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