English to Welsh Meaning :: marble

marmor, farmor, farblen, marblen, ali, alis, farblis, farblys, fynor, hali, halis, marblis, marblys, mynormarmorifarmorent, farmora’, farmoraf, farmorai, farmorais, farmoraist, farmoran, farmorant, farmorasai, farmorasant, farmorasech, farmoro, farmorasent, farmorasid, farmorasit, farmorasoch, farmorasom, farmoraswn, farmorech, farmored, farmorem, farmoren, farmoroch, farmorer, farmores, farmorest, farmoret, farmori, farmorid, farmoriff, farmorir, farmorith, farmora, farmorasem, farmorodd, farmorom, farmoron, farmoront, farmorwch, farmorwn, farmorwyd, farmorwyf, farmorych, marmorent, marmora’, marmoraf, marmorai, marmorais, marmoraist, marmoran, marmorant, marmorasai, marmorasant, marmorasech, marmoro, marmorasent, marmorasid, marmorasit, marmorasoch, marmorasom, marmoraswn, marmorech, marmored, marmorem, marmoren, marmoroch, marmorer, marmores, marmorest, marmoret, marmori, marmorid, marmoriff, marmorir, marmorith, marmora, marmorasem, marmorodd, marmorom, marmoron, marmoront, marmorwch, marmorwn, marmorwyd, marmorwyf, marmorych
Marble :
marmor
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Noun(1) a hard crystalline metamorphic rock that takes a high polish; used for sculpture and as building material(2) a small ball of glass that is used in various games(3) a sculpture carved from marble
Verb(1) paint or stain like marble

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(1) Double doors lead to a sitting room with antique marble fireplace and polished timber floor.(2) The room was painted pearl white which happened to match the polished marble floor.(3) A waxed, oak desk stood in the back of the room and it was smooth to the touch, like marble .(4) All buildings were built of the same white stone, possibly limestone or marble .(5) Its highly polished surfaces were a pearl white marble with veins of soft grey.(6) As Dominic fell at his feet, his face became calm and smooth as marble again.(7) the spotless white marble of the Taj Mahal(8) It felt as smooth as marble and had the intense burning cold as ice.(9) She had changed the design plans for her floor from black marble to white marble - they never saw it coming.(10) Double doors to the right lead to a large drawing room with polished oak floor and marble fireplace.(11) Below the glacier lies granite, seamed through with limestone and marble which the constant rush of meltwater has honeycombed with caves.(12) He replaced the stone of the fireplace front with glossy white marble tiles.(13) The floor was the same white marble , and a crystal chandelier hung from the slightly domed ceiling.(14) What caused the marble to fall from the Supreme Court building?(15) She listened very closely as a hole in the table opened up and the marble fell out into Benny's hands.(16) Pat and his staff also work with a number of quarries to allow them get limestone and marble directly at the most competitive price.
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(1) marble cake ::
cacen marmor
Synonyms
M
1. marble ::
marmor
2. susurration ::
susurration
3. rustle ::
rustle
4. bullet ::
bwled
5. ammunition ::
bwledi
7. ball ::
pêl
8. globule ::
belen
9. heartless ::
ddideimlad
10. implacable ::
implacable
11. marmoreal ::
marmoreal
12. bright ::
llachar
13. brilliant ::
gwych
14. light ::
golau
15. dazzling ::
disglair
16. shiny ::
sgleiniog
17. smooth ::
llyfn
18. sleek ::
'n llyfn
19. plane ::
awyren
20. bland ::
ddiafael
21. mellifluous ::
mellifluous
22. difficult ::
anodd
23. hard ::
caled
24. solid ::
solid
25. tenacious ::
dygn
26. stubborn ::
styfnig
27. merciless ::
merciless
28. unmerciful ::
unmerciful
29. inhuman ::
annynol
30. unfeeling ::
dideimlad
Different Forms
marble, marbled, marbleize, marbleizes, marbles, marbling
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