Definición de weatherboard en inglés:

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weatherboard

Pronunciación: /ˈwɛðəbɔːd/
chiefly British

sustantivo

1A sloping board attached to the bottom of an outside door to keep out the rain.
1.1Each of a series of horizontal boards nailed to outside walls with edges overlapping to keep out the rain.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Their rambling villa, once a model of gracious elegance, was now a paradise of dry rot, with its skeletal verandah, rickety walls and warped weatherboards.
  • The walls resemble weatherboard, but cut in irregular widths so as to look even more archaic, as if these lapped boards were sawn from un-squared logs.
  • It did not rot, except for the weatherboards on the outside, which had to be replaced from time to time.

verbo

[with object]
Fit or supply with weatherboards.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The barn has a tiled roof, is weatherboarded, and has a flint plinth.
  • Blackbird House is a chronological series of stories, all set in the same weatherboarded farmhouse on the Cape, built by a fisherman trying to escape the sea.
  • As well as the old town itself, the group will also be looking at Church Hill, the historic part of the town which also contains terraces of old weatherboarded cottages.
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