Definition of 'mosaic'
Example sentences containing 'mosaic'
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This busy mosaic design is perfect for anyone on a budget. The Sun (2010)This is the largest mosaic museum in the world and it opened only three years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Beard is shown restored mosaics and frescoes, and taken inside store rooms packed with artefacts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And Byzantine mosaics are a ghostly influence. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To many it may be most important as an extremely rare surviving example of an early Byzantine mosaic. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Marvellous mosaics, realistic frescoes, silver and glass. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He showered it with marbled corridors, gilded mosaics, glass domes and polished mahogany. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The Sisley Spa has a large mosaic pool. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In almost all the houses, ancient frescoes and mosaics are at risk and the stability of the structures has been undermined by invading vegetation and periodic floods. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'mosaic'
British English: mosaic /məˈzeɪɪk/ NOUN
A mosaic is a design made of small pieces of coloured stone or glass set in concrete or plaster.
The house has a beautiful mosaic floor.
- American English: mosaic
- Arabic: فُسَيْفِسَاءٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mosaico
- Chinese: 镶嵌图案
- Croatian: mozaik
- Czech: mozaika
- Danish: mosaik
- Dutch: mozaïek
- European Spanish: mosaico
- Finnish: mosaiikki
- French: mosaïque
- German: Mosaik
- Greek: μωσαϊκό
- Italian: mosaico
- Japanese: モザイク
- Korean: 모자이크
- Norwegian: mosaikk
- Polish: mozaika
- European Portuguese: mosaico
- Romanian: mozaic
- Russian: мозаика
- Spanish: mosaico
- Swedish: mosaik
- Thai: ลวดลายที่ทำด้วยกระจกสี
- Turkish: mozaik
- Ukrainian: мозаїка
- Vietnamese: đồ khảm
Definition of mosaic from the Collins English Dictionary
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