Translation of castellated in Spanish:


almenado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkæs(t)əˌleɪdəd/ /ˈkastəleɪtɪd/


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    • Its walls stand five-foot thick, the building is three storeys high with small castellated towers sticking out at the tops of each corner of the building.
    • The castellated gatehouse of Kepwick Hall gives an estate flavour, and there's a car park near the arts and crafts-influenced church.
    • The round, castellated tower was an integral part of architect Thomas Hopper's grand design for the castle.
    • The Folly, overlooking the lovely village of Hambledon, in Hampshire, is Victorian, listed and distinctly odd: a castellated three-storey tower sitting on its own at the bottom of somebody's garden.
    • Mary Stuart took tea there, but today the tone is set by a comical concrete grain-silo only yards away, much the same colour as the old tower and castellated to match.
    • The early 20th century dam is a splendid structure, with ten overflow arches and a castellated valve tower.
    • The church has imposing steps leading up to the main door and an unusual square tower surmounted by a round, castellated tower.
    • An ornamental doocot was built in a corner of the garden, and a castellated tower added a refined pedigree to the old sawmill.
    • It is a curious construction - a semi-detached castellated mansion.
    • Its castellated brown walls and four towers stood guard over a dry moat that could be flooded from the cisterns in case of an attack.
    • Ambitious plans to revive the 18th century park include restoring the great lost lake, which lay at the bottom of the lawn, the castellated dam wall, ornamental garden, ice house, paths and vistas.
    • I believe that development permitted by the approved plans, that had been erected to half the final height of the wall, would probably have had a castellated profile. These walls have horizontal copings without undulations.
    • Gothic was often combined with castellated forms and merged into the ‘Tudor-Gothic’ of the early 19th century.
    • When his dominions were half depopulated, he summoned to his presence a thousand hale and light-hearted friends from among the knights and dames of his court, and with these retired to the deep seclusion of one of his castellated abbeys.
    • Its original castellated red walls, souks and the backdrop of the Atlas mountains to the north are exactly what its inhabitants have been surrounded with for centuries.
    • It was Elizabethan in style; walls of grey stone, castellated, well covered in ivy, ornamental trees decorating its lawns.
    • Through arched doors and lead-framed casements appear bridged lanes and castellated walls.
    • Two tours on Saturday will take visitors along the great castellated dam wall and beneath it on an ancient public thoroughfare.