la terraza
-the terrace
See the entry for terraza.


A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
feminine noun
1. (open area connected to a building)
a. terrace
Hicieron una parrillada en la terraza.They had a barbecue out on the terrace.
b. patio
¿Quieres comer adentro, o afuera en la terraza?Would you like to eat inside, or out on the patio?
c. balcony
Hay una vista preciosa desde la terraza.There is a lovely view from the balcony.
2. (flat top of a building)
a. roof
Está arriba en la terraza bronceándose.She's up on the roof getting a tan.
3. (land formation)
a. terrace
Los incas tenían un sistema sofisticado de cultivo en terrazas.The Incas had a sophisticated terrace farming system.
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (balcón)
a. balcony
2. (de café)
a. terrace, patio
3. (azotea)
a. terrace roof
4. (bancal)
a. terrace
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1 (Archit) (balcón) balcony; (azotea) flat roof; terrace
2 (café) pavement café
preferíamos encontrarnos en la terraza de un café
nos sentamos en la terraza de un café we sat outside a cafe
tomar el aperitivo en la terraza de moda
3 (Agr) terrace
4 (en jardín) flowerbed; border
5 (Culin) (jarro) two-handled glazed jar
6 (cabeza) nut (familiar); noggin (familiar); (EEUU) bonce (familiar)
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