Definición de impluvium en inglés:

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impluvium

Pronunciación: /ɪmˈpluːvɪəm/

sustantivo (plural impluvia /ɪmˈpluːvɪə/)

The square basin in the centre of the atrium of an ancient Roman house, which received rainwater from an opening in the roof.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • North of the impluvium you see an elaborate cantibulum resting between the two northern-most columns.
  • The ancient Romans used the water collected in the impluvium to supplement their aqueduct system.
  • The eroded surfaces are now masked as damp woods which have invaded impluvia, gorges and escarpments.

Origen

Latin, from impluere 'rain into'.

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Saltos de línea: im¦plu|vium

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