chamber grave

cámara mortuoria f

English-Spanish architecture and construction dictionary. 2013.

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  • chamber — 01. The mayor is in the council [chamber] right now. 02. My children loved to visit the [Chamber] of Horrors at the Wax Museum. 03. The mayor went to his [chambers] about an hour ago. 04. The diver had to spend time in a decompression [chamber]… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • grave — I noun she left flowers at his grave Syn: burial site, gravesite, cemetery plot, tomb, sepulcher, vault, burial chamber, mausoleum, crypt; last resting place II adjective 1) a grave matter Syn: serious, importan …   Thesaurus of popular words

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  • grave — I n 1. crypt, tomb, vault, sepulcher, burial chamber, burial pit, mausoleum; last home, long home, low house, wooden house, narrow house; coffin, casket, Sl. wooden kimono or overcoat. 2. death, decease, demise, expiration, end, rest, eternal… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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