Translation of entablature in Spanish:


entablamiento, n.

Pronunciation /ənˈtæblətʃər/ /ənˈtæbləˌtʃʊr/ /ɛnˈtablətʃə/ /ɪnˈtablətʃə/


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    entablamiento masculine
    • Each column supported an appropriate entablature, on the frieze of which was inscribed Pro Patria, ‘reminding the legislator of the end and object of his delegation.’
    • I've never seen so many colonnades, entablatures, pediments, porticos, coffered ceilings and statues adorning so many structures.
    • You find the abacus between the triglyphs in the frieze section of the entablature of classical Greek Doric temples.
    • The entablature's architrave and frieze break out over each individual engaged column, emphasizing verticality, while the cornice breaks out over each pair to unify the pier-column unit.
    • The large frieze panels connecting the archivolts form the entablature of the columns.