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See also: terrazzò
- (architecture) A faux-marble material used for flooring and countertops.
- 1977, John Le Carré, The Honourable Schoolboy, Folio Society, published 2010, page 265:
- A fibreglass fish should have been spewing water into a terrazzo fountain, but the pipes had not yet been connected and bags of cement were heaped in the basin.
- 2007 January 4, Fred A. Bernstein, “Art Above and Below, With Life in the Middle”, in New York Times:
- Richard Sammons […] began by leaving the ground floor studio pretty much as he found it, with 15-foot ceilings and a black terrazzo floor.
terrazzo m (plural terrazzi)
See the etymology of the corresponding lemma form.