Traducción de transom en Español:


travesaño, n.

Pronunciación /ˈtræn(t)səm//ˈtrans(ə)m/


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    • 1.1Arquitectura

      (across window) travesaño masculino
      (above door) dintel masculino
      (above door) montante masculino
      • Both doors are topped by elliptical transoms deeply recessed into paneled openings and embraced by taut curving stone arches.
      • Both wails have fixed glazing with custom built mullions and transoms.
      • Puddling style draperies over the windows and original shutters control light, and transoms over the doors help the air to circulate.
      • A door was supposed to have a transom and a lintel and a keyhole and stiles and a handle.
      • Now, in summer the openings are free of mullions or transoms and frame the lush foliage beyond.
      • Pairs of narrow French doors topped with transoms line one wall of the main room, offering easy access to the deck and playing up the room's dramatic vaulted ceiling.
      • The head casing that separates the transoms from the French doors runs at the same 7-foot height around the entire space, blending with the built-in bookshelves.
      • They first replaced a single entry door with transom-topped French doors; then they lowered windows over the sink by a foot, adding a transom to fill in the void.

    • 1.2also transom windowUS Arquitectura

      montante masculino
      • If the doors and the transoms above weren't exactly the right height, you'd have a totally different feeling.
      • Entries often showcase glass in the door, plus sidelights and transoms (windows over the door).
      • On the exterior is a combination of standard metal building components and antique and new mahogany doors and transoms.
      • Along one wall, new floor-to-ceiling windows topped by arched transoms bring natural light deep into the room.
      • Curtain walls, sliding doors, transoms, and more can be finished in dark bronze or clear anodized and painted bronze or white.

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    espejo de popa masculino
    • After the transom and hull began to crack, they learned otherwise.
    • The Bertram 31 and its prototype were designed with a remarkable 23-degree angle of deadrise at the transom with three lifting strakes on each side from the keel to the chine.
    • The sheer of the B40 is slightly flatter, the transom more vertical and broader, and the bow slightly less spoon-shaped.
    • But the second boat was deeper down in the peat, and although twisted and snapped by the river over the course of time was still complete, with a transom and wooden cross-braces.
    • The main saloon is nicely arranged with a transom berth and pilot berth to port and a settee/berth to starboard.
    • With six of us now in the boat, the low transom and failed bilge pump is worrying, but we dive anyway.