garret

garret
mansarda statusas Aprobuotas sritis būstas apibrėžtis Pastogėje įrengtas aukštas arba jo dalis, kurio (kurios) dalis sienų gali būti nuožulnios ir kuriį (kurią) paprastai riboja pastato viršutinio aukšto perdanga, šlaitinis stogas ir išorės sienos. atitikmenys: angl. garret vok. Mansarde, f rus. мансарда ryšiai: platesnis terminaspastogė šaltinis Lietuvos Respublikos aplinkos ministro įsakymo „Dėl Lietuvos Respublikos aplinkos ministro 1999 m. rugsėjo 30 d. įsakymo Nr. 310 „Dėl reglamento STR 1.14.01:1999 „Pastatų plotų ir tūrių skaičiavimo tvarka“ patvirtinimo“ pakeitimo“ projektas

Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas). 2015.

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  • Garret — ist ein englischer männlicher Vorname, der insbesondere in Irland und in den USA auftritt.[1] Eine weitere Form des Namens ist Garrett.[2] Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Herkunft und Bedeutung 2 Bekannte Namensträger …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Garret — can refer to:* A space found directly below the pitched roof of a house or other building (see attic) * Garret is used as both a first name and family name in English speaking countries.ee also*Garratt, a type of steam locomotive *Garet *Garett …   Wikipedia

  • Garret — Gar ret, n. [OE. garite, garette, watchtower, place of lookout, OF. garite, also meaning, a place of refuge, F. gu[ e]rite a place of refuge, donjon, sentinel box, fr. OF. garir to preserve, save, defend, F. gu[ e]rir to cure; of German origin;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Garret — m Irish and English: transferred use of the surname, which is derived from the given names GERALD (SEE Gerald) and GERARD (SEE Gerard). In Ireland it often represents a direct Anglicization of GEARÓID (SEE Gearóid). Variant: Garrett …   First names dictionary

  • Garret — Garret, Almeida …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • garret — (n.) c.1300, turret, small tower on the roof of a house or castle, from O.Fr. garite watchtower, place of refuge, from garir defend, preserve, from a Germanic source (Cf. Goth. warjan forbid, O.H.G. warjan to defend ), from P.Gmc. *warjanan, from …   Etymology dictionary

  • garret — ► NOUN ▪ a top floor or attic room. ORIGIN originally in the sense «watchtower»: from Old French garite, from garir (see GARRISON(Cf. ↑garrison)) …   English terms dictionary

  • garret — [gar′it] n. [ME garite, a watchtower, loft < OFr < garir, to watch < Frank * warjan, to protect, akin to OE warian: for IE base see WARN] the space, room, or rooms just below the roof of a house, esp. a sloping roof; attic …   English World dictionary

  • garret — UK [ˈɡærət] / US [ˈɡerət] noun [countable] Word forms garret : singular garret plural garrets a very basic room just under the roof of a house …   English dictionary

  • garret — [[t]gæ̱rɪt[/t]] garrets N COUNT A garret is a small room at the top of a house. Syn: attic …   English dictionary

  • garret — noun there were two straw beds in the garret Syn: loft, attic, mansard …   Thesaurus of popular words

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