Traducción de stucco en Español:

stucco

estuco, n.

Pronunciación /ˈstəkoʊ//ˈstʌkəʊ/

nombre

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    estuco masculino
    • Brick stringcourses decorated rough stucco walls, while semicircular lunettes arched over the main floor windows.
    • There will also be a range of activities such as mini-digs, designing and making stucco mouldings, and constructing a sundial.
    • Then follows the apportionment of textures, such as brick, stone, stucco, or rough plaster.
    • We used the hints of Monterey style shown in the exposed rafters, porch posts, and white stucco walls as cues for our design.
    • Expansive windows on the piazza facade pull in natural light that sparkles off the waxed stucco on the inner wall.
    • The Nasrid Palace is the Alhambra's crown jewel, with its elaborate stucco ceilings and geometric decorations.
    • A new, weathered-looking stucco wall accented with an aged wood-and-iron gate hides the old fence.
    • I wanted a Spanish-villa look overall - stucco walls with a 2-foot brick-like border on the bottom.
    • In addition to a softer color, color washing can accentuate the texture of your plaster or stucco walls.
    • Presumably, stucco decoration was more resistant to steam than fresco.
    • To stabilize the wall further, fine white stucco was probably applied, which would have rendered the marble blocks invisible.
    • Cement stucco may last a building's lifetime if applied correctly.
    • The off-white stucco walls and red shutters of Casa came into view, and a Mexican guard opened a red iron gate.
    • The south elevation of Moon River House sports aluminum sun screens, smooth stucco walls, and cantilevered concrete terraces.
    • Domestic buildings in the Spanish colonial style are usually built of thick stone walls covered with stucco.
    • No doubt they have few heating and cooling problems behind those thick, insulating stone and stucco walls.
    • Alexander was thrown into a small cell with brick stucco walls and a rusting grate that was unfortunately still solid.
    • The stucco cornicing and ceiling mouldings have been carefully restored.
    • The white stucco walls, dark floors, central entry courtyard, and tile roof are reminiscent of a traditional Mediterranean house.
    • Wall materials such as stucco, cement, brick, plaster, stone, and block are most resistant to high temperatures.

verbo transitivostuccoing, stuccoes, stuccoed

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    estucar
    • I watched the topography that I had grown to love fiercely become leveled, watered, and consumed by sterile stuccoed cubes.
    • The library is constructed of stuccoed masonry walls typical of local construction and has a clay-tile roof.
    • The fireplace is part of a stuccoed retaining wall set into a hill at the rear of the property.
    • Lavender that looks stuccoed on, and might be thought of as sky, rests behind.
    • The pink, stuccoed mansion was sold in 1916, after Angela drowned in the surf off Carmel Beach.
    • Wandering through the expansive stuccoed interiors, it's not hard to see why.
    • When it came time to stucco the house, we used a product made from recycled newspaper that David imported from Hermosillo, Mexico.
    • Stopping before a kind of stuccoed portal with iron gates, Tin announced our arrival.
    • The Cave had irregular ceilings and walls, stuccoed and crafted to present one with the impression that one was actually in a cave.
    • At Prestonfield you watch peacocks strut around manicured lawns before retiring to amazing stuccoed rooms.
    • The stuccoed end facing the intersecting neighborhood street combines with feathery pennisetum grasses to soften the hard-edged look.
    • We're seeing a lot of frames that look like they've been stuccoed.
    • The stuccoed outside walls are painted cream; there is not a single piece of graffiti on those inviting blank walls.
    • It covers homes, from the stuccoed terraces of Regent's Park, to housing estates.
    • When it's hot, it is a good idea to keep the newly stuccoed area damp, at about 90 percent humidity for 48 to 72 hours.
    • This month, however, a collection of her made-in-Montreal music memories will adorn the watering hole's stuccoed walls.
    • Rammed-earth walls may be left as is, or plastered or stuccoed to provide an additional measure of protection.
    • The ground floor, eccentrically dominated by a pharmacy with a bar, is a sophisticated, stuccoed & tiled Grand European Café of the C19th.
    • The planter is matched by a raised pool opposite, stuccoed to match the house.
    • I stroll inside the stuccoed main part of the restaurant, and all I hear on the speakers is a fading guitar chord.