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  • terrace — [ter′əs] n. [OFr, walled platform, orig., mound of earth < It terrazzo < terra < L, TERRA] 1. a) a raised, flat mound of earth with sloping sides b) any of a series of flat platforms of earth with sloping sides, rising one above the… …   English World dictionary

  • Terrace — Ter race, n. [F. terrasse (cf. Sp. terraza, It. terrazza), fr. L. terra the earth, probably for tersa, originally meaning, dry land, and akin to torrere to parch, E. torrid, and thirst. See {Thirst}, and cf. {Fumitory}, {Inter}, v., {Patterre},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Terrace epoch — Terrace Ter race, n. [F. terrasse (cf. Sp. terraza, It. terrazza), fr. L. terra the earth, probably for tersa, originally meaning, dry land, and akin to torrere to parch, E. torrid, and thirst. See {Thirst}, and cf. {Fumitory}, {Inter}, v.,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Terrace, Utah — Terrace is a ghost town, located in the Great Salt Lake Desert in west central Box Elder County, Utah, United States. The town was established in 1869 as a Central Pacific Railroad division point (operations base), on the route of the First… …   Wikipedia

  • terrace — ► NOUN 1) each of a series of flat areas on a slope, used for cultivation. 2) a patio. 3) chiefly Brit. a row of houses built in one block in a uniform style. 4) Brit. a flight of wide, shallow steps providing standing room for spectators in a… …   English terms dictionary

  • terrace — noun 1 flat area of stone next to a restaurant, etc. ADJECTIVE ▪ covered, outdoor ▪ shaded, sunny ▪ rear, upper ▪ raised …   Collocations dictionary

  • terrace — n. & v. n. 1 each of a series of flat areas formed on a slope and used for cultivation. 2 a level paved area next to a house. 3 a a row of houses on a raised level or along the top or face of a slope. b a row of houses built in one block of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • terrace — [[t]te̱rɪs[/t]] terraces 1) N COUNT: oft in names after n A terrace is a row of similar houses joined together by their side walls. [BRIT] ...a terrace of stylish Victorian houses. ...3 Queensborough Terrace. 2) N COUNT A terrace is a flat area… …   English dictionary

  • terrace — I. noun Etymology: Middle French, platform, terrace, from Old French, from Old Occitan terrassa, from terra earth, from Latin, earth, land; akin to Latin torrēre to parch more at thirst Date: 1515 1. a. a colonnaded porch or promenade b. a flat… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Terrace — A terrace may refer to:*Terrace (agriculture), a leveled surface *Terrace (building), a raised flat platform *Terrace deposit, geological term for a flat platform of land *Terrace (gardening), an element where a raised flat paved or gravelled… …   Wikipedia

  • Houses in Poland — About Polish houses During the times of the Polish empire and even the 125 years before the First World War when Poland did not exist, there was a large aristocracy that built country palaces. This elite also had residencies in a major city or… …   Wikipedia

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