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American English: /ˈbreɪʒər/
British English: /ˈbreɪzɪə/
, /ˈbreɪʒə/

Translation of brazier in Spanish:


  • Example sentences
    • In medieval times a chafing dish was a portable brazier to hold burning coals or charcoal, designed to be set on a metal stand and to have a dish of food on top.
    • The air was thick with the smoke from coal fires in tin braziers and stoves.
    • Before a few stood braziers and camp fires from the night before, allowing for a few of the arrows to be wrought in flame.

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