Spanish Word for tiles  

English Word: tiles

Spanish Word: lozas
The Spanish Word for tiles
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Translated sentences containing 'tiles'
As for the bathroom and kitchen tiles, you can choose the colour.
En lo que respecta a los azulejos de baños y cocina, pueden elegir el color.
to wash the tiles
limpiar los azulejos

Tiles in open places were visibly stained by a rust-coloured substance.
Las baldosas en lugares abiertos estaban visiblemente manchadas por una sustancia de color óxido.
He slipped on a rug on tiles and crashed through a patio door which did not have strengthened glass.
Resbaló en una alfombra colocada sobre un suelo de azulejos y se estrelló contra una puerta cuyos cristales no estaban reforzados.
We should recall that it was the European Union that took the initiative recently to ban the use of particular chemicals in the manufacture of plastic tiles.
Conviene recordar que fue la Unión Europea la que adoptó hace poco la iniciativa destinada a prohibir el uso de determinadas sustancias químicas en la fabricación de baldosas de plástico.
Apart from furniture and other household effects, the invaders took away doors, windows, pipes, roof tiles and everything else they could lay their hands on.
Aparte de muebles y otros enseres personales, los invasores se llevaron puertas, ventanas, tuberías, tejas y todo lo que encontraron.
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