Meaning of balconied in English:

balconied

Pronunciation /ˈbalkəniːd/

Translate balconied into Spanish

adjective

See balcony

‘So you'll be wanting a balconied Medina Side Bedroom which clocks in at a price of £198DB (b&b) per night, with free airport transfers.’
  • ‘Most persons of the St Lucian upper class lived in balconied houses situated around the Square, during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.’
  • ‘This will be quite a modern building with a balconied atrium inside.’
  • ‘Its balconied facades lead into overcrowded rooms and flats where there is often not enough water or electricity.’
  • ‘New developments, apartments, balconied villas, shops and restaurants are springing up everywhere.’