The town hall is the only edifice surviving from the 15th century.
Angielskie słowo "edificio" (edifice) występuje w zestawach:Fichas del libro - "The Tower of Dago" (Mór Jókai)Fichas del libro - "The Eel" (Miriam Allen DeFord)Fichas del libro - "Tacoma and Vicinity" (Anonymous)Fichas del libro - "Spain: vol. 1/2" (Edmondo de A...Fichas del libro - "Spain, v. 2 (of 2)" (Edmondo d...
What's that building?
She greets him every morning as he enters the school building.
This old building isn't worth fixing up. It would be better to tear it down.
A building with high ceilings and huge rooms may be less practical than the colorless block of offices that takes its place, but it often fits in well with its surroundings.
This building looks large from the front, but not from the side.
He's building up a network of acquaintances outside his office.
Building materials are expensive now.
Owner announced that building will be closed for renovation.
There's a fire in the building. We have to evacuate immediately.
Fear of pollution discouraged people from building homes near power plants.
The glass fronted building before you is the rose garden. It's a greenhouse so you will always be able to appreciate the roses.
After fifteen years at a building firm, Bill Pearson was given the responsible position of area manager.
Bob went about building his castle in Spain when he spoke of inheriting his father's wealth.
In this country there are only few examples that ideology and religion are helpful in character building for people.
Angielskie słowo "edificio" (building) występuje w zestawach:Under Pressure (Queen) - Traducida