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dome
American English: /doʊm/
British English: /dəʊm/

Translation of dome in Spanish:

noun

  • (Architecture) the blue dome of the sky [literary] the shiny dome of his bald head
    su calva reluciente
    Example sentences
    • The final dome or vault consisted of a composite structure of in-situ concrete and ferro-cement formwork.
    • Like many of the plans and models contributed in 2001, this plan featured domes and pyramidal structures, circular spaces, and a lot of glass.
    • This can be repeated to transform the octagon into a sixteen-sided figure on which the base of the dome may rest.

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