English → English - parterre

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n. decoratively arranged flowers and grass; seating in a theatre
n. ground floor, floor of a house or building on level with the ground
n. parterre, decoratively arranged flowers and grass; (Theatre) stalls

English → Spanish - parterre

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s. Superficie de flores y pasto; Asientos en el teatro

Spanish → English - parterre

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flower bed

English → French - parterre

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n. parterre, esplanade avec des fleurs et de l'herbe; places au théâtre

English → German - parterre

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n. Theatersitze; Blumenbeet

English → Indonesian - parterre

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n. parter

English → Italian - parterre

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s. (Teat) platea, parterre; (Edil) terreno fabbricabile

English → Polish - parterre

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n. parter w teatrze, klomb

English → Portuguese - parterre

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s. campo de flores e gramado; assentos em teatro

English → Romanian - parterre

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n. răsadniţă, strat: straturi de flori, loc viran, teren de construcţii, parter, stal

English → Russian - parterre

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с. цветник, партер, амфитеатр, задние ряды партера

English → Turkish - parterre

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i. çiçek bahçesi, çiçeklik, parter [tiy.], sahnenin bulunduğu kat

English → Ukrainian - parterre

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n. партер, амфітеатр

French → English - parterre

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(m) n. parterre, decoratively arranged flowers and grass; (Theatre) stalls

German → English - parterre

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n. decoratively arranged flowers and grass; seating in a theatre

Italian → English - parterre

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n. parterre, decoratively arranged flowers and grass; seating in a theatre

Dutch → English - parterre

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n. pit, ground floor, parterre

English → Dutch - parterre

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zn. bloemperken, parterre

English → Greek - parterre

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ουσ. πλατεία θέατρου, παρτέρι

German → Spanish - parterre

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n. macizo de flores (m), parterre (m), patio de butacas (m), piso bajo (m), planta baja (f), platea (f)

Spanish → German - parterre

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n. beet, parterre

French → German - parterre

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n. beet, parterre

French → Russian - parterre

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n. клумба (m), партер (m)

French → Turkish - parterre

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[le] bahçede çiçek kısmı; koltuk arasındaki yerler, parter, parter seyircisi

German → French - parterre

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n. parterre (m), rez-de-chaussée (m)
adj. rez-de-chaussée: au rez-de-chaussée

German → Italian - parterre

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n. platea (f), pianterreno (m)

German → Russian - parterre

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n. цветочная клумба (n), партер (n), зрители партера (n)

German → Turkish - parterre

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i. zemin kat (n), parter (n)

Dutch → French - parterre

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(gebouw) rez-de-chaussée (m){invariable}

German → Dutch - parterre

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de begane grond ,parterre ,begane grond ,beneden verdieping ,gelijkvloers

English → Arabic - parterre

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‏الروضة، حديقة، ردهة المسرح، المشاهدون في ردهة المسرح‏

English → Chinese - parterre

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(名) 花坛, 花圃

English → Chinese - parterre

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(名) 花壇, 花圃

English → Hindi - parterre

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n. फुलवारी, वाटिका, पुष्पवाटिका, नाटकघर की ज़मीन, सब से नीचे के आसन, अर्द्धगोल छज्जा

English → Japanese - parterre

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(名) 花壇のある庭

English → Korean - parterre

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명. 꽃밭이 있는 잔디밭, 여러 가지 모양의 꽃밭이 있는 잔디밭

English → Vietnamese - parterre

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n. sân ngồi xem hát, khoảng đất trồng hoa, khoảng đất trong vườn

German → Chinese - parterre

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[das] pl.Parterres

Definition of parterre

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Noun
1. A flowerbed, particularly an elevated one.
2. A garden with paths between such flowerbeds.
3. A part of the section of theater seats located on the ground floor, on the same level as the orchestra.
1. The part of the ground-floor section nearest the orchestra and the stage; the stalls.
2. Britain The part of the ground-floor section behind the stalls and underneath the galleries; the pit.
4. That part of a theater audience seated in the parterre, sometimes regarded as belonging to a lower social class.
5. An apartment balcony.
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