Translation of balustrade in Spanish:


balaustrada, n.

Pronunciation /bæləˈstreɪd/ /ˌbaləˈstreɪd/

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    balaustrada feminine
    • The company produces wrought iron gates, fencing, railings and balustrades.
    • Small balcony projections with ornate balustrades and pretty wrought iron lamps flanking monumental doorways on the tall street walls characterized the early homes.
    • Investigations revealed the cause to be a breakdown of the waterproofing to the bolts on the base plates supporting the balustrades.
    • Newel posts are the supports at the end of flights that transfer the weight of the stair to the floor and support the balustrades or spindles.
    • It was a grand house; all balconies and balustrades, stained glass and long, winding staircases.
    • The apartments will all have decked balconies with glass balustrades, ash veneer doors throughout and surface and underground car parking facilities.
    • The balcony balustrades beneath her were warm from the sun, a warm breeze pulling her auburn hair back, as if to tug her gently into the library behind.
    • Decorative features, such as balustrades in railings, were especially prone to disintegration.
    • The flower-boxes were bright crimson, and the balcony balustrades were ultramarine and white.
    • There will be both surface and underground car parking, while many units will have balconies with glass balustrades.
    • The roof is adorned with an ornamental balustrade, as are the roofs of the central block and the wings.
    • Again, the wood of the coconut tree was shown used in making furniture, door and window frames, balustrades, wooden screens, etc.
    • Handrails or balustrades are essential if there is any danger of falling.
    • The roof of Cornish slate was similarly recreated using old slate found in the garden foe matching purposes; the balustrade and balusters were also beautifully reconstructed.
    • It was then that, owing to the pressure of numbers, the stone balustrade skirting the wall of the hotel collapsed onto the pavement.
    • The hallway has a sweeping staircase to the first floor, with a wrought-iron balustrade and hardwood handrail.
    • What I finally did, after about an hour, was to slither off my seat, very very carefully, and crouch in the footwell, so that the balustrade railing was above my head.
    • A stone encasing, a terrace with a double flight of steps, balustrades, and embellishments were added during that period.
    • The three-metre decked terrace beyond benefits from a glass balustrade, leaving the panorama uninterrupted.