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mural
American English: /ˈmjʊrəl/
British English: /ˈmjʊər(ə)l/

Translation of mural in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Saturn is one of the so called Black Paintings - murals Goya painted on the walls of his home near Madrid.
    • She spent much of her time in the school's hallways creating murals on the walls.
    • Painting traditionally was done in tempera in the form of murals on temple walls as well as on cloth and paper.

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