metopa

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin metopa and its source, Hellenistic Greek μετόπη (metópē), from Ancient Greek μετά (metá, meta-) + ὀπή (opḗ, hole).

Noun[edit]

metopa f (plural metope)

  1. metope

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Spanish[edit]

Noun[edit]

metopa f (plural metopas)

  1. (architecture) metope
    • 2017 May 9, “Tesoro restaurado vale por dos”, in Juventud Rebelde[1]:
      Encima de las ventanas se destacan metopas labradas con temas de la vida nacional: comercio, familia, justicia, agricultura e instrucción.
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