Translation of masonry in Spanish:
- 1.1 [Constr] (craft of mason) albañilería (feminine)(stone masonry)mampostería (feminine) beware of falling masonry peligro de derrumbe (before noun/delante del nombre) masonry drill taladro (masculine) de mampostería or de paredExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (organization)
- Once the mortar is dry, you can attach a cutting board to the side of the barbecue with fluted masonry nails.
- The gypsum board must be attached to the wood furring strips or underlying masonry using nails or screws.
- The project saw the renewal of stonework and replacement of masonry on the cathedral's rose window.
(Mmasonry, Free masonry)masonería (feminine), francmasonería (feminine)Example sentences
- The project aims to bring the children back to civilian life by giving them a trade in carpentry, masonry or metal work.
- To say these guys will be throwing up bricks is an affront to the fine profession of masonry.
- The building of a house, or even any transaction concerning it, is not just a matter of masonry or of business.
- While universalists insisted that Masonry was not a religion, they did view it as a great aid to religion.
- They are not, however, recognized as being official Masonry organization, and Masonic contact with them is forbidden.
- There's a lot more of that in Masonry than you'd think: Masonry is for people like us, if we choose.
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