Definición de crenel en inglés:

crenel

Silabificación: cren·el
Pronunciación: /ˈkren(ə)l
 
/
(also crenelle /krəˈnel/)

sustantivo

An indentation in the battlements of a fort or castle, used for shooting or firing missiles through.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Peaked ears appeared along the wall, weapons raised to crenelles.
  • Further above, on a bit of wall still more or less intact, the sentry stood straddle-legged in an open crenel, hands on hips, surveying the river and the valley beyond.
  • Ramirez ducked behind a crenel, pulling Rakael down with him into an undignified heap.

Origen

late 15th century: from Old French, based on popular Latin crena 'notch'.

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