Translation of carving in Spanish:


talla, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑrvɪŋ/ /ˈkɑːvɪŋ/


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    (carved object)
    talla feminine
    escultura feminine
    • Gilded statues and carvings adorn the walls and pilgrims come from far and wide.
    • Acquiring one for the exhibition was especially important as the carvings are masterpieces of the Palace Museum.
    • It was made of stone, and it had carvings of sea creatures carved into the front door.
    • Scholars believe that these carvings were designed for export to Europe.
    • It is a room dense with ornamentation, small sculptures and carvings.
    • Wooden carvings of birds hang upside down from a set of wires stretched along the low ceiling.
    • The gilded wooden carvings around the windows had turned brown, but now they gleam.
    • Nigerian folk art ranges from ivory carvings to body painting to wall decoration.
    • Their exhibition features traditional and contemporary Pacific art and carvings.
    • They're best known for their rock art carvings most of which is Pictish and dates from the fourth century.
    • The door was engraved with carvings of dead and live roses with long stems and sharp thorns.
    • Every corner was adorned with precious wooden and granite carvings mounted on ornate pedestals.
    • Rare paintings, frescoes and stone carvings present a marvellous panorama to the visitor.
    • Various artists had also exhibited their paintings and miniature carvings.
    • Bulls are found in stone carvings as well as in the prehistoric cave paintings of the region.
    • Master craftsmen built some Welsh churches, and these may well have been adorned with ornate wooden carvings.
    • The walls are dark wood and carvings are etched carefully into posts set around the room.
    • The carvings stem from the Byzantine period and apparently were made by monks in the fourth or fifth century.
    • On the Southern gateway elaborate carvings showing the birth of Gautama Buddha took my breath away.
    • Aborigines originally used the gnarled trunks and roots of local camphor trees as a base for their carvings.
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    (carved work)
    tallado masculine