Definition of parados in English:

parados

Syllabification: par·a·dos
Pronunciation: /ˈperəˌdäs
 
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noun

An elevation of earth behind a fortified place as a protection against attack from the rear, especially a mound along the back of a trench.
More example sentences
  • The parados, to the rear, was a gently sloping ridge of debris left over from the digging of the trench.
  • Behind him on the other side of the trench, was a similar berm called the parados.
  • They call it ‘digging’ whether we do it with a spade in the dirt or when we mount stones with our hands to fix the parados and the parapet.

Origin

mid 19th century: from French, from para- 'protection against' + dos 'back' (from Latin dorsum).

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