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roundel
American English: /ˈraʊndl/
British English: /ˈraʊnd(ə)l/

Translation of roundel in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Antarctic veteran Bill Storer presents the roundel of Auster A11-201 to the director of the RAAF Museum, David Gardner.
    • It is amazing what a bit of metallised detailing on the roundels will do.
    • On narrow strips of wall at both sides of the gallery entrance, and not likely to be noticed until you were leaving, hung rows of 15 dark bronze roundels about 4 inches in diameter.

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