Translation of lintel in Spanish:


dintel, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɪnt(ə)l//ˈlɪn(t)l/


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    dintel masculine
    • Opposite the kitchen is a server, created from several long building lintels, supported by two brick waist-high walls.
    • The snow-covered window frames and door lintels added a fairyland flavour to the solemn church.
    • Stone arches can safely, economically and aesthetically replace concrete lintels.
    • The handsome edifice has such Federal style adornments as stone lintels over the windows and a cornice with mutules and cable molding.
    • It bears all the hallmarks of a Post-Modernist interpretation of a historical facade, with architraves and lintels in cast aluminium.
    • Getting the house back to its original shape meant removing carpets, relaying floors, replacing joists, ceilings and lintels, injecting walls and replacing 70 window casings in all.
    • We were able to get everything we wanted, a concrete lintel and mortar mix for the workshop window, a new door-bell, a new yard-broom and, from the bakers, bread, rolls and some delicious custard tarts.
    • The next horizontal layer has occasional punched window openings with expressed timber lintels.
    • Once home to the laird's livestock, the vault now houses a laundry room, albeit one with flagstone floors and low stone lintels.
    • Sills and lintels of windows and doors, and capitals and bases of columns, were carved from local stone.
    • A temporary wall was installed until repairs could be made to walls, roof, distorted window frames and lintels.
    • They were so big that their heads came up past the lintel of the entranceway door.
    • Its only adornments are the wooden lintels above the windows and entrance door.
    • Stepped cracks that form at the upper corners of windows may also be associated with corrosion of the steel lintels, especially in older buildings.
    • The larger stones observed at the site are used as lintels over doorways or windows.
    • A stone lintel covered the access from the living area to the kitchen.
    • Precast copings, window lintels, and string courses have a terra-cotta color, without exposed aggregate.
    • A structural report recommended that all internal partitions, floors, stairs, and all timber lintels in external walls be removed.
    • Scribes carved hieroglyphs on stone stelae, altars, wooden lintels, and roof beams, or painted them on ceramic vessels and in books made of bark paper.
    • The masonry walls have diagonal cracks extending up from the ends of the steel lintels over the windows.