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Translation of "stair" - English-Spanish dictionary

stair

noun /steə/
(any one of) a number of steps, usually inside a building, going from one floor to another peldaño He fell down the stairs.
staircase nouns ( stairway)
a series or flight of stairs escalera A dark and narrow staircase led up to the top floor.
Translations of “stair”
in Vietnamese bậc thang…
in Thai ขั้นบันได…
in Malaysian tangga…
in French marche…
in German die Treppe…
in Chinese (Traditional) (樓梯的)梯級, 樓梯…
in Indonesian tangga…
in Russian ступенька…
in Turkish basamak, merdiven basamağı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (楼梯的)梯级, 楼梯…
in Polish stopień, schodek…
(Definition of stair from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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