Translation of ridgepole in Spanish:


parhilera, n.

Pronunciation /ˈrɪdʒpəʊl//ˈrɪdʒpoʊl/


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    parhilera feminine
    cumbrera feminine
    • The rafters have crumbled, the ridge pole is smashed!
    • Next, Moore says, place the middle of the roll on the ridge pole, the purlin or brace that runs down the peak.
    • The ridge pole (this fieldhouse has two - only one shown) and side diagonal braces are attached by duct tape - perfect for this temporary construction.
    • Later sages established the standards [of housing] with ridge poles and rafters above and foundations below to provide shelter from wind and rain.
    • Both of these are big enough for quartering an elk or lopping off a ridge pole for your tent, yet they're sufficiently thin to do a good job of slicing bacon for the breakfast skillet.