gradin

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gradin (plural gradins)

  1. (architecture) Any of a series of terraced steps or seats, as in an arena or an altar.

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Etymology[edit]

From Italian gradino.

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gradin m (plural gradins)

  1. tier (of hall etc.)
  2. terrace (of arena)
  3. bleachers

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