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lambrequin

Saltos de línea: lam¦bre|quin
Pronunciación: /ˈlambrɪkɪn
 
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Definición de lambrequin en inglés:

sustantivo

1North American A short piece of decorative drapery hung over the top of a door or window or draped from a shelf or mantelpiece.
Example sentences
  • Certainly the vocabulary of ornament - the lambrequin canopies at the top, scale pattern surface decoration, and elaborate plumed heads - are features common to Kent's designs for Houghton.
  • The base of the octagonal lantern is adorned with female heads, an inner rope-twist molding, and an outer lambrequin fringe.

Origen

early 18th century (in sense 2): from French, from the Dutch diminutive of lamper 'veil'.

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