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fresco

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A fresco in Toledo, Spain.

English

Noun

fresco (countable and uncountable; plural frescoes or frescos)

  1. (uncountable) In painting, the technique of applying water-based pigment to wet or fresh lime mortar or plaster.
  2. (countable) A painting made using this technique.

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Verb

Infinitive
to fresco

Third person singular
frescoes

Simple past
frescoed

Past participle
-

Present participle
frescoing

to fresco (third-person singular simple present frescoes, present participle frescoing, simple past and past participle frescoed)
  1. To paint using fresco

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Dutch

Noun

fresco

  1. fresco

Italian

Adjective

fresco m (f fresca, m plural freschi, f plural fresche)

  1. fresh
  2. cool
  3. wet, fresh (of paint)

Antonyms

Noun

fresco m. (plural freschi)

  1. coolness, freshness, cool
  2. light wool material
  3. cooler (informal for prison)
    stare al fresco - to be in the cooler

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Spanish

Adjective

fresco m. (feminine fresca, masculine plural frescos, feminine plural frescas)

  1. fresh
  2. cool (temperature)
  3. cheeky

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