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Afrikaans

Etymology

From French plafond.

Noun

plafon m.

  1. ceiling (top of a room)

Bosnian

Etymology

From French plafond.

Noun

plafon m. (pl.: plafoni)

  1. ceiling (top of a room)

Hungarian

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈplɒfon/
  • Hyphenation: pla‧fon

Noun

plafon (plural plafonok)

  1. ceiling (top of a room)

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Serbian

Etymology

From French plafond.

Noun

plafon m. (pl.: plafoni)

  1. ceiling (top of a room)

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