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glassed-in
Pronunciation: /ɡlæstɪn/

Translation of glassed-in in Spanish:

adjective

  • aventanado (Latin America)
    Example sentences
    • Phase 3 will include a new kitchen and a timber frame glassed-in cafeteria extending out of the north end of the building.
    • A long, vast glassed-in patio crowns the building and offers a 360-degree view of Paris and the gardens of the Val-de-Grâce.
    • Dancing happened everywhere, even overhead in a technician's glassed-in booth, often with a jittery intensity that turned the simplest movement phrases into gibberish.

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