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pane
American English: /peɪn/
British English: /peɪn/

Translation of pane in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Doors with glass panes require a double-cylinder deadbolt to prevent someone from breaking the glass, reaching in and unlocking the door.
    • A MAN who pleaded to causing damage to a door and breaking two panes of glass at a house was ordered to compensate the owner, at the November 22 sitting of Carlow District Court.
    • In the central image, the girl sits on the top steps, the glass panes in the front door visible behind her.

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