Definition of mirador in English:

mirador

Line breaks: mira|dor
Pronunciation: /ˌmɪrəˈdɔː
 
, ˈmɪrədɔː/

noun

A turret or tower attached to a building and providing an extensive view.
More example sentences
  • The theatre divides the park roughly in half and from the top of its seating tiers, a mirador offers good views across the landscape.
  • He has a very good view similar to the mirador from his terrace.
  • The property is sumptuously decorated in Moorish style throughout, with mosaic-tiled fountains and elegant colonnades, jewelled lanterns, an octagonal dining pavilion and a domed mirador.

Origin

late 17th century: from Spanish, from mirar 'to look'.

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