Translation of louver in Spanish:

louver

lama, n.

(British louvre)

Pronunciation /ˈluvər//ˈluːvə/

noun

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    lama feminine
    (de persiana) listón masculine
    (window/door) (before noun) de lamas
    (window/door) (before noun) tipo persiana
    • For summer rain, trellising can be covered with shingles, shakes, reed fencing bamboo, window screens, louvers, canvas, glass or plastic.
    • All spaces are permeated by light striated by the louvres, but the effect can be changed radically.
    • These are high ceilings, big windows and doors, with louvres, mosquito netting on four-poster beds.
    • When asked, one of the waitresses was able to turn the louvers on the air conditioner so that the cooled air circulated much more effectively.
    • Exterior shading devices include awnings, louvers, shutters, rolling shutters and shades, and solar screens.
    • Unlike traditional Irish shutters, they have louvres that can be adjusted for privacy and light.
    • Stylish wood window shutter panels with operable louvers offer privacy as well as control over the amount of light that enters a room.
    • Externally, the building's horizontality is emphasized and given texture by a covering of narrow larch slats and by louvres over glass doors on the west.
    • These days the computer room is ventilated by fan and also has louvres in the door.
    • She recalls: ‘We wanted to avoid using shading mechanisms, like louvers or screens, that would project from the wall surface.’
    • Ventilation consists of louvers and wide double doors at each end that are opened by hand.
    • My suite is a tasteful creation with wooden louvres and adobe walls, plus seductive lounges that offer equally snoozy lagoon vistas.
    • When the fan is activated, the air movement pulls the spring-mounted louvers open, allowing the air to flow into the attic.
    • High ceilings and louvres allow the breeze through, which keeps supporters cool.
    • It is also preferable that these vents be covered with screens, rather than louvers, to provide unrestricted air flow.
    • Two kinds of panels are used, one opaque with vertical ridges, and the other resembling a veil, with horizontal louvres that allow light to filter into the gallery spaces.
    • In order to do so efficiently, doors and louvres must be adjusted by a knowledgeable operator.
    • And, like any other vent, screen is used behind the louvers to prevent insects from getting in.
    • For regular cleaning, dust the grilles or louvers with a soft brush or the dusting attachment of a vacuum cleaner.
    • Inside, there is an inner glass wall with sliding doors, while the outer skin has opening louvres.