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So grab your sunglasses and dine al fresco this weekend! The Sun (2013)It became a must for tennis players and fans who dined al fresco in the shade of its trees. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Beard is shown restored mosaics and frescoes, and taken inside store rooms packed with artefacts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These forms are more agreeable to the fancy and imagination than fresco paintings or... the most expensive furniture. Abercrombie, Stanley A Philosophy of Interior Design (1990)There were no wall frescoes in here, because the walls of the most noble room in the house would have been hung with silk. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Marvellous mosaics, realistic frescoes, silver and glass. Times, Sunday Times (2013)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)These huge frescoes and wall paintings and vast cascading statues were the cinema of the time, the agents of imagination, as fashion is now becoming. Times, Sunday Times (2012)

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Translations for 'fresco'

British English: fresco NOUN
A fresco is a picture that is painted on a plastered wall when the plaster is still wet.
  • American English: fresco
  • Brazilian Portuguese: afresco
  • Chinese: 壁画
  • European Spanish: fresco
  • French: fresque
  • German: Fresko
  • Italian: affresco
  • Japanese: フレスコ画
  • Korean: 프레스코화
  • European Portuguese: fresco
  • Spanish: fresco

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