Translation for 'marble' from English to Russian
NOUN1   a marble | marbles
NOUN2   marble | -
VERB   to marble | marbled | marbled
marbling | marbles
мраморный {adj}marble [attr.]
мрамор {м}
"мраморный" кекс {м}
marble cake
мраморная лестница {ж}
marble stairs {pl}
мраморная статуя {ж}
marble statue
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Usage Examples English
  • Rusca Montană is notable for the marble deposits nearby, which include Rușchița marble.
  • Doric columns and marble pillars are load bearing members of the building. Timber, marble, stone and iron used as materials. Using marble in the ornamentation make the building more fancy.
  • The community is called the "Marble Village" because of the many structures made from marble and the importance of marble in the early economy.
  • Marble from many of these public structures has been found, including Purbeck Marble and "giallo antico" (a rare yellow marble from Tunisia), as well as statutes, inscriptions and plaques.
  • In addition to the hand-carved marble fireplaces that grace nearly every room, there are many types of fine marble used throughout the house, such as Florido Creme, Tavernelle Clair and Haueville Fleuri for the Marble Hall.

  • The Marble Caves, Marble Chapel, and Marble Cathedral are unusual geological formations located on the shoreline midway along the lake's length.
  • There are many marble resources around Bucak, and many of the inhabitants deal with marble, which is processed in the marble factories located around Bucak.
  • It is a two-story, brick and marble building. Its marble facade, marble porch columns, and turrets are done in a rusticated style.
  • In addition to the marble quarries, the city has academies of sculpture and fine arts and a museum of statuary and antiquities, and a yearly marble technology fair.
  • It was built for the housing of slaves used in quarrying marble after Rome decided to replace expensive imported Greek marble with local (Luni) marble.

  • The exterior walls consist of brick, with a marble cornice, marble panels in the side walls, and marble panels with angel carvings above the front entrance.
  • Pavonazzetto marble also known as Docimaean marble or Synnadic marble, is a white marble originally from Docimium, or modern İscehisar, Turkey.
  • Portugal is the second largest exporter of marble in the world, surpassed only by Italy (Carrara marble). About 85% of this marble (over 370,000 tons) is produced around Estremoz.
  • The company's mines contain some of the best quality marble, and almost every type of marble found in the USA.
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