Translation of rooftop in Spanish:

rooftop

tejado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈrʊfˌtɑp//ˈruːftɒp//ˈrufˌtɑp/

noun

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    tejado masculine
    techo masculine Latin America
    • Only those who had a tall rooftop to take refuge on were really safe from the wall of water that washed in from the sea.
    • Finally, look as closely as you can, to a rooftop on one of the middle-sized buildings downtown.
    • Even some U.S. prisons have now started urban gardens, which can be on rooftops as well as on the ground.
    • Here the sunset wraps the masts, rooftops and steeples of the harbour and city in a sleepy peach-coloured haze.
    • While driving past an industrial park, I observed many buildings with empty rooftops.
    • All the buildings nearby create a maze of alleyways and rooftops.
    • I heard about a young man who watched the towers start to go down from his Manhattan rooftop.
    • The red and gray sky above the rooftops is darkening and the inhabitants are hastening home for dinner.
    • There are not as many people on their rooftops or waving to helicopters for help.
    • Fire had sprouted on several of the rooftops and street carts, its tongues licking the feet of those who ran by it.
    • On the rooftop she had a good view of the city, but disliked it immensely.
    • From the café on the rooftop you can look out across the massed roofs of the three component cities of medieval Fes.
    • So high that it preserves the view across the rooftops from the apartments opposite?
    • It then grabbed a hold of the little railing around the rooftop of the building.
    • She points at a sloping rooftop, different from the flat and wide roofs of the local Arab dwellings.
    • Pigeons cooed from the rooftops of buildings, and rats scurried along the floor.
    • It also has two parks next to the school, a rooftop play area and a multi-purpose indoor play area for the children.
    • Hundreds of people are still waiting to be rescued from the rooftops of homes and buildings.
    • He kissed the top of my head before we both fell asleep to the sound of thunder rolling away and the rain beating the rooftops.