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plateresque

Saltos de línea: plat¦er|esque
Pronunciación: /ˌplatəˈrɛsk
 
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Definición de plateresque en inglés:

adjetivo

(Especially of Spanish architecture) richly ornamented in a style suggesting silverware: delicately carved plateresque facades
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Muslim culture, as absorbed by Spanish Christians, also indirectly influenced the New World in the form of family honor codes, home design and the plateresque style of architecture.
  • In the sixteenth century the new towns on the Spanish islands were a compilation of mixed styles dominated by the plateresque style, although there were also many Gothic and Romanesque elements.

Origen

late 19th century: from Spanish plateresco, from platero 'silversmith', from plata 'silver'.

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