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The meaning of Tambour


Tambour – definition


A small drum.

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As the tambour (drum) was a spurned instrument, only the triangle could bring a strong support dest…

A circular frame for holding fabric taut while it is being embroidered.

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A very similar application of screw threads was used in the stretchers for tambour and tapestry fra…

A wall of circular plan, such as one supporting a dome or surrounded by a colonnade.

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Without these sagacities, the brickwork of the tambour, in addition to taking a very long time so t…

A lobby enclosed by a ceiling and folding doors to prevent draughts, typically within a church porch.

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The chapel was separated from the central tower by the two folding doors that formed a small tambour.

A sloping buttress or projection in a real tennis or fives court.

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There are minor differences in the width or angle of the penthouse roof above the corridor and in t…

Tambour translation into English

Tambour: translate from English into Chinese

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鼓, 绷子, 鼓形柱

Tambour: translate from English into Dutch

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Tamboerijn, Tamboereerraam, Borduurwerk, Trom

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Tambour: translate from English into Hindi

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कारचोब, तंबूर सीवन, तंबूर, ढोलक, ढोल

Tambour: translate from English into Italian

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Tamburo, Telaio

Tambour: translate from English into Korean

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북, 수놓다, 쇠사슬 문, 호박 주춧돌, 자수틀

Tambour: translate from English into Russian

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Тамбур, Барабан, Пяльцы, Вышивать, Вышивка тамбурным швом, Круглые пяльцы

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Word origin

late 15th century: from French tambour ‘drum’; perhaps related to Persian tabīra ‘drum’. Compare with tabor.

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