(also chiefly British facia except in sense 3)Traducir fascia | al italiano
1a board or other flat piece of material covering the ends of rafters or other fittings: a further piece of chipboard acts as a fascia to disguise the ceiling fixtures British a signboard on the upper part of a shopfront showing the name of the shop: the use of consistent graphics on shop fascias (in classical architecture) a long flat surface between mouldings on an architrave. 2British the dashboard of a motor vehicle: the interior boasts a Mercedes-like fascia a board or panel of controls on any piece of equipment.
/ˈfaʃə/ (plural fasciae /-ʃɪiː/) Anatomy a thin sheath of fibrous tissue enclosing a muscle or other organ: the diagnosis of Dupuytren’s contracture is usually very easy because the palmar fascia is obviously thickened
4a covering, typically a detachable one, for the front part of a mobile phone.