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Holzlager {n}
timber-yard
Holzlagerplatz {m}
Holzlagerplätze {pl}
timber yard
timber yards
Bauholz, Nutzholz
timber
Forstversicherung
insurance of growing timber
Hof
yard
Abdeckerei {f}, Pferdeschlächterei {f}
Abdeckereien {pl}, Pferdeschlächtereien {pl}
knacker's yard
knacker's yards
Balken {m}
timber
Bauholz {n}
Bauhölzer {pl}
timber, construction timber, structural timber [Am.], lumber
timbers, lumbers
Brettschichtholz {n}, Leimholz {n} [ugs.]
glued laminateted timber
Eschenholzrahmen {m}
ash timber frame
Forstbestand {m}, Waldbestand {m}
forest stand, timber stand [Am.]
Hof {m}
Höfe {pl}
yard
yards
Holz {n}, Nutzholz {n}, Bauholz {n}
Holz entnehmen
lumber, timber [Am.]
to extract timber, to remove timber
Holzboden {m}, Holzfußboden {m}, Bretterboden {m}
wooden floor, timber flooring
Holzindustrie {f}
timber industry
Holzproduzent {m}
Holzproduzenten {pl}
timber producer
timber producers
Holzverkleidung {f}
Holzverkleidungen {pl}
timber cladding
timber claddings
Kantholz {n}
squared timber
Kasernenhof {m}
Kasernenhöfe {pl}
barrack yard
barrack yards
Lagerplatz {m}
Lagerplätze {pl}
bin location, yard
bin locations, yards
Meterware {f}
yard goods
Rah {f}, Rahe {f}
yard
Rangierbahnhof {m}
Rangierbahnhöfe {pl}
marshaling yard, marshalling yard
marshaling yards, marshalling yards
Rohholz {n}
raw wood, raw logs, raw timber
Scheunenhof {m}
Scheunenhöfe {pl}
barnyard, barn yard
barnyards, barn yards
Schnittholz {n}
Schnitthölzer {pl}
trimmed timber, sawn wood
trimmed timbers
Schrottplatz {m}
Schrottplätze {pl}
scrap yard, junkyard
scrap yards
Schulhof {m}
Schulhöfe {pl}
schoolyard, school yard
schoolyards, school yards
Tonnenhof {m} [naut.]
Tonnenhöfe {pl}
buoy dump, buoy yard
buoy dumps, buoy yards
Torraum {m} [sport] (Fußball)
Torräume {pl}
6-yard-box, goal area
6-yard-boxes, goal areas
Torraumlinie {f} [sport] (Fußball)
6-yard-line
Verschiebebahnhof {m}
Verschiebebahnhöfe {pl}
marshalling-yard, switchyard
marshalling-yards, switchyards
Vierkantholz {n}
squared timber
Yard {m}
Yards {pl}
Länge {f} in Yards
yard
yards
yardage
Ziegelei {f}, Ziegelwerk {n}
brick yard, brickyard, brickworks, tileworks
holzverarbeitend {adj}
holzverarbeitende Industrie
timber processing
timber processing industry
reif zum Verschrotten
fit only for a knackers's yard
(Bäume, Holz) schlagen
to harvest (trees, timber)
zimmern {vt}
zimmernd
gezimmert
zimmert
zimmerte
to timber
timbering
timbered
timbers
timberrd
Yard (Längenmaß)
yd. : yard
Nicht mit mir!
NIMBY : Not in my back yard!
Kasernenhof
barrack yard
Innenhof, Vorhof
court yard
Güterbahnhof
freight yard
Friedhof
grave-yard
Friedhof
grave yard
Verschiebebahnhof
marshalling-yard
Schrottplatz
scrap yard
Balken
timber
Bauholz
timber
Schnittholz
trimmed timber
Hof, Yard
yard
Friedhof
church-yard
Hof, Yard (Maß)
yard
Abachi {n}; Samba; Ayous (Holzart) [agr.]
abachi; obeche; samba; ayous (species of timber)
Abdeckerei {f}; Pferdeschlächterei {f}
Abdeckereien {pl}; Pferdeschlächtereien {pl}
knacker's yard
knacker's yards
Ablaufanlage {f} (Bahn)
gravity hump yard (railway)
Altmetalllagerplatz {m}; Altmetalllager {n}; Schrottlager {m}; Schrottlagerplatz {m}; Schrottplatz {m}
Altmetalllagerplätze {pl}; Altmetalllager {pl}; Schrottlager {pl}; Schrottlagerplätze {pl}; Schrottplätze {pl}
scrap metal yard
scrap metal yards
Autoschrottplatz {m}; Autoverwertungsplatz {m}; Autoverwertung {f} (in Eigennamen)
Autoschrottplätze {pl}; Autoverwertungsplätze {pl}; Autoverwertungen {pl}
car breaker's yard; automobile wreck yard; wrecker's yard; wrecking yard [Austr.] [Can.] [NZ]; car dismantling yard [Br.]; car dismantler's yard [Br.]; salvage yard [Am.]
car breaker's yards; automobile wreck yards; wrecker's yards; wrecking yards; car dismantling yards; car dismantler's yards; salvage yards
Bauhof {m} (einer Baufirma); Baubetriebshof {m}; Betriebshof {m} [constr.]
Bauhöfe {pl}; Baubetriebshöfe {pl}; Betriebshöfe {pl}
building yard; building contractor's yard; builder's yard
building yards; building contractor's yards; builder's yards
Bauholz {n}
Bauhölzer {pl}
timber; construction timber; structural timber [Am.]; lumber
timbers; lumbers
Bauholzverleimung {f} [constr.]
timber bonding; timber glueing
Baumgrenze {f} [geogr.]
Baumgrenzen {pl}
an entlang oberhalb unterhalb der Baumgrenze
tree line; timber line [Am.]
tree lines; timber lines
at along above below the tree line
Baurundholz {n}
round timber
Bohlwand {f}; Schalung {f} (Wasserbau)
walling timber (water engineering)
Brettschichtholz {n}; Leimholz {n} [ugs.]
glued laminated timber
Dachkonstruktion {f} [constr.]
Dachkonstruktion {f} aus Holz
roof structure; roof construction
timber roof construction
Fachwand {f} [constr.]
Fachwände {pl}
framework wall; timber framework; timber framing
framework walls; timber frameworks; timber framings
Fachwerk...
timber-framed
Fachwerkhaus {n}; Riegelhaus {n} [Schw.]; Rieghaus {n} [Schw.] [arch.]
Fachwerkhäuser {pl}; Riegelhäuser {pl}; Rieghäuser {pl}
half-timber house; half-timbered house; tudor house [Br.]
half-timber houses; half-timbered houses; tudor houses
Festmeter {m}
solid cubic metre [Br.]; meter (of solid timber) [Am.]
Forstbestand {m}; Waldbestand {m}
forest stand; timber stand [Am.]
Forststraße {f} [auto]
Forststraßen {pl}
timber access road
timber access roads
Fußpferd {n} (unterhalb der Rah aufgehängtes Seil) [naut.]
footrope (suspended beneath the yard)
Gangaufsicht {f}; Fluraufsicht {f} [Dt.] (Dienst) [school]
schoolyard duty; yard duty; hall monitor duty
Gangaufsicht {f}; Fluraufsicht {f} [Dt.] (Person) [school]
hall monitor; yard duty supervisor [Am.]
Gangaufsicht {f}; Fluraufsicht {f} [Dt.] (Vorgang) [school]
schoolyard supervision; yard supervision; hall supervision
Garagenflohmarkt {m} (privater Flohmarkt)
garage sale; yard sale [Am.]
Garten {m}; Hausgarten {m}
Gärten {pl}
Garten hinter dem Haus
den Garten pflegen
alpiner Garten
Zum Haus gehört ein großer Garten.
garden; yard [Am.]
gardens; yeards
backyard [Am.]
to take care of the garden
alpine garden
The house has a large garden yard.
Güterbahnhof {m} [transp.]
Güterbahnhöfe {pl}
goods station; goods yard; goods depot; freight depot; freight station
goods stations; goods yards; goods depots; freight depots; freight stations
Hahn {m}; Hähnchen {n} [Dt.]; Gockel {m} [Dt.] [Ös.]; Gickel {m} [Bayr.]; Güggel {m} [Schw.]; Gockelhahn {m} (Kindersprache) (männliches Huhn) [agr.] [ornith.]
Hähne {pl}; Hähnchen {pl}; Gockel {pl}; Gickel {pl}; Güggel {pl}; Gockelhähne {pl}
der Hahn im Korb sein [übtr.]
das Alphatier sein; die größte Klappe haben
Danach kräht kein Hahn. [übtr.]
cock; rooster [Am.]
cocks; roosters
to be the only cock in the (hen) yard
to be the cock of the walk roost rock [fig.]
Nobody cares two hoots about it.
Halbholz {n}
half timber
Holzabfuhr {f}; Holzbringung {f}; Bringen Rücken {n} des Holzes
logging; hauling of timber
Holzbau {m} (Tätigkeit)
building in timber
Holzbauarbeiten {pl} [constr.]
constructional timber works
Holzboden {m}; Holzfußboden {m}; Bretterboden {m}
wooden floor; timber flooring
Holzeigenschaft {f}
Holzeigenschaften {pl}
wood property; timber property
wood properties; timber properties
Holzernte {f}
timber harvesting; timber logging
Holzhandel {m}
timber trade [Br.]; lumber trade [Am.]; trade in forest products
Holzhaus {n} [arch.]
Holzhäuser {pl}
timber house [Br.]; lumber house [Am.]
timber houses; lumber houses
Holzimprägnieranlage {f}
timber [Br.] lumber [Am.] impregnating preservating plant
Holzimprägnierung {f}
timber preservation; timber creosoting
Holzindustrie {f}; holzverarbeitende Industrie {f}
wood industry; timber industry [Br.]; lumber industry [Am.]
Holzlager {n}
timber-yard
Holzlagerplatz {m}
Holzlagerplätze {pl}
timber yard
timber yards
Holzpfette {f}
Holzpfetten {pl}
timber purlin
timber purlins
Holzriemenboden {m}
timber boarding
Holzschutz {m}
baulicher Holzschutz
wood preservation; preservative treatment of wood
timber precautions
Holzsockelleiste {f}
Holzsockelleisten {pl}
timber skirting
timber skirtings
Holztransportschiff {n} [naut.]
timber carrier [Br.]; lumber carrier [Am.]
Holzverbindung {f}
Holzverbindungen {pl}
timber joint
timber joints
Kantholz {n}
Kantholz 5 auf 10 cm (Balkenmaß)
squared timber; scantling; balk; plank; chock block; chock lump; rectangular timber
two-by-four
Kohlelagerplatz {m}
Kohlelagerplätze {pl}
coal storage yard
coal storage yards
Kohlenlagerplatz {m}; Kohlenplatz {m}
Kohlenlagerplätze {pl}; Kohlenplätze {pl}
coal yard
coal yards
Lagerplatz {m}
Lagerplätze {pl}
storage yard; yard
storage yards; yards
Langholzwagen {m} (Bahn)
timber wagon [Br.]; lumber car [Am.] (railway)
Rah {f}; Rahe {f} (Segelträger) [naut.]
Rahen {pl}
yard (sail support)
yards
Rangierbahnhof {m}
Rangierbahnhöfe {pl}
marshaling yard; marshalling yard; switchyard [Am.]; classification yard; shunting yard; shunting station
marshaling yards; marshalling yards; switchyards; classification yards; shunting yards; shunting stations
Raubvorrichtung {f} [min.]
Raubvorrichtungen {pl}
timber withdrawing device
timber withdrawing devices
Rohholz {n}
raw wood; raw logs; raw timber
Saumbohle {f} [constr.]
trench timber
Schifffahrtsreparaturwerft {f} [naut.]
Schifffahrtsreparaturwerften {pl}
ship repair yard
ship repair yards
Schnittholz {n}; (geschnittenes) Nutzholz {n}; Bauholz {n}
Holz entnehmen
timber [Br.]; lumber [Am.]
to extract timber; to remove timber
Schnittholzgabel {f}
Schnittholzgabeln {pl}
timber fork [Br.]; lumber fork [Am.]
timber forks; lumber forks
Schnittholz {n}
Schnitthölzer {pl}
trimmed timber; sawn wood
trimmed timbers
Schnittkante {f}; Kante {f} (von Holz) (Zimmerei)
Kanten abschrägen bestoßen abfasen anfasen
edge (of sawn timber) (carpentry)
to bevel chamfer cant (off) edges
Schulhof {m} [school]
Schulhöfe {pl}
schoolyard; school yard
schoolyards; school yards
Schuttabladeplatz {m}; Müllabladeplatz {m}; Schutthalde {f}; Müllhalde {f}; Müllkippe {f}; Abfallkippe {f}; Kippe {f} [envir.]
Schuttabladeplätze {pl}; Müllabladeplätze {pl}; Schutthalden {pl}; Müllhalden {pl}; Müllkippen {pl}; Abfallkippen {pl}; Kippen {pl}
wilde Mülldeponie; wilde Müllkippe [envir.]
dumping ground yard; dumpsite; waste dump; dump; waste tip [Br.]; tip [Br.]; trash dump [Am.]
dumping grounds yards; dumpsites; dumps; waste tips; tips; trash dumps
fly tip [Br.]
Spätholz {n}; Herbstholz {n}
late wood; autumn lumber timber wood
Spalt-Nutzholz {n}
cleft timber
Sprengwerk {n} (Holzbau) [constr.]
strut frame; strut bracing (building in timber)
Staumauer {f}; Talsperre {f}; Sperre {f} (Wasserbau)
Staumauern {pl}; Talsperren {pl}; Sperren {pl}
gerade Sperre; geradlinige Sperre
offene Sperre; Entleerungssperre {f}; Dosiersperre {f}; Sortiersperre {f}
gebogene Sperre; bogenförmige Sperre; Bogensperre {f}
Talsperre mit Vielfachkuppeln
Talsperre mit festem Überfall
Auslaufsperre {f}; Abschlusssperre {f}
Balkensperre {f}
Betonsperre {f}
Einlaufsperre {f}
Drahtschottersperre {f}; Steinkorbsperre {f}
Holzkastensperre {f}; Steinkastensperre {f}
Holzsperre {f}
Rechensperre {f}
Schlitzsperre {f}
Seilsperre {f}; Netzsperre {f}
Steinsperre {f}
Vorsperre {f}; Gegensperre {f}
dam; barrage fixe (water engineering)
dams; barrages fixe
linear dam
open dam; permeable dam; self-flushing dam; debris-sorting dam
curved dam; arch. dam
multiple dome dam
permanent overfall weir
outlet dam
beam dam; log dam
concrete dam
inlet dam
gabion dam
wooden crib dam; log crib dam; stone crib dam
wooden dam; timber dam
screen dam
slit dam
cable net dam
stone dam; masonry dam
foredam; subsidiary dam; auxiliary dam
Tonnenhof {m} [naut.]
Tonnenhöfe {pl}
buoy dump; buoy yard
buoy dumps; buoy yards
Torraum {m} [sport] (Fußball)
Torräume {pl}
6-yard-box; goal area
6-yard-boxes; goal areas
Treibholz {n}
Treibhölzer {pl}
driftwood; floating timber
driftwoods
Umladestelle {f} (Bahn)
Umladestellen {pl}
transshipment yard; transhipment yard; transhipment station; transfer station [Am.] (railway)
transshipment yards; transhipment yards; transhipment stations; transfer stations
Verschiebebahnhof {m}; Verschubbahnhof {m} [Ös.]; Rangierbahnhof {m} (Bahn)
Verschiebebahnhöfe {pl}; Verschubbahnhöfe {pl}; Rangierbahnhöfe {pl}
switchyard; shunting yard; marshalling yard (railway)
switchyards; shunting yards; marshalling yards
Viertelholz {n}
quarter timber
Vollholz {n}; Massivholz {n}
vergütetes Massivholz
solid wood; solid timber
modified solid wood
Vorgarten {m}
Vorgärten {pl}
front garden; dooryard; front yard
front gardens; dooryards; front yards
Werft {f} [naut.]
Werften {pl}
dockyard; shipyard; yard
dockyards; shipyards; yards
Werkshof {m}
factory yard
Yard {m} (Längenmaß)
Yards {pl}
Länge {f} in Yards
yard yd.
yards
yardage
etw. ausbauen {vt} [min.]
ausbauend
ausgebaut
etw. mit Holz ausbauen; etw. verzimmern
to line sth.; to support sth.
lining; supporting
lined; supported
to timber sth.; to box sth.
nicht ausgereift; nicht abgelagert {adj}
nicht abgelagertes Holz
unseasoned
unseasoned timber
baumlos; baumfrei {adj}
treeless; devoid of trees; barren of timber
(eine Oberfläche mit Wasser) sauber spülen {vt}
Hol einen Eimer damit wir den Hof sauber spülen können.
to swill (a surface) away down [Br.]
Get a bucket to swill the yard down.
(Bäume; Holz) schlagen
to harvest (trees; timber)
etw. schrupphobeln; etw. schruppen {vt}
schrupphobelnd; schruppend
geschrupphobelt; geschruppt
Holz schrupphobeln; schruppen
to rough-plane sth.; to plane sth. roughly
rough-planing; planing roughly
rough-planed; planed roughly
to plane off timber
Bootswerft {f} [naut.] [mach.]
boat builder's yard
Hoftor {n}
Hoftore {pl}
yard gate; yardgate
yard gates
sich für etw. eignen
Der Hof eignet sich für sommerliche Freizeitbeschäftigungen wie Badminton.
to lend itself to sth.
The yard lends itself to summer pastimes such as badminton.
abstützen {vt}
to support; to prop (up); to shore (up); te reinforce; to timber; to strut; to stiffen; to stay
Strebe {f} [min.]
Streben {pl}
prop; brace; stanchion; cockermeg; breast timber; raking prop
props; braces; stanchions; cockermegs; breast timbers; raking props
Nicht mit mir!
Not in my back yard! NIMBY
'Elegie auf einem Dorfkirchhof' (von Gray Werktitel) [lit.]
'Elegy written on a Country Church Yard' (by Gray work title)
Abfallwirtschaftshof {m}; Altstoffhof {m}; Altstoffsammelstelle {f}; Altstoffzentrum {n}; Recyclinghof {m}; Wertstoffhof {m} [Dt.] [envir.]
Abfallwirtschaftshöfe {pl}; Altstoffhöfe {pl}; Altstoffsammelstellen {pl}; Altstoffzentren {pl}; Recyclinghöfe {pl}; Wertstoffhöfe {pl}
recycling centre [Br.]; recycling center [Am.]; recycling yard; household waste recycling centre [Br.] center [Am.] HWRC ; civic amenity site; CA site
recycling centres; recycling centers; recycling yards; household waste recycling centres; civic amenity sites; CA sites
Bahnhofswagen {m} (Bahn)
Bahnhofswagen {pl}
wagon for internal yard use (railway)
wagons for internal yard use
Bauholzverleimung {f} [constr.]
timber bonding; timber gluing
Baum fällt!
Timber!
Baumbestand {m}; stehender Bestand {m}; stehendes Holz {n}; Bestandsmasse {f}; Bestockung {f} (Forstwesen) [agr.]
Uferbestockung {f}; Ufergehölz {n}
tree population; stock of trees; growing timber; growing stock; stocking (forestry)
streamside trees
Bebauungsgrenze {f}; Baugrenze {f} [arch.]
straßenseitige Baugrenze; vordere Baugrenze; straßenseitige Fluchtlinie; Straßenflucht {f}
building line; building restriction line [Am.]; setback line; yard line [Am.]
front setback line

Deutsche Holzlager {n} Synonyme

Englische timber-yard Synonyme

timber yard Definition

Hal'yard
(v. t.) A rope or tackle for hoisting or lowering yards, sails, flags, etc.
Main yard
() The yard on which the mainsail is extended, supported by the mainmast.
Tilt-yard
(n.) A yard or place for tilting.
Timber
(n.) A certain quantity of fur skins, as of martens, ermines, sables, etc., packed between boards
Timber
(n.) The crest on a coat of arms.
Timber
(v. t.) To surmount as a timber does.
Timber
(n.) That sort of wood which is proper for buildings or for tools, utensils, furniture, carriages, fences, ships, and the like
Timber
(n.) The body, stem, or trunk of a tree.
Timber
(n.) Fig.: Material for any structure.
Timber
(n.) A single piece or squared stick of wood intended for building, or already framed
Timber
(n.) Woods or forest
Timber
(n.) A rib, or a curving piece of wood, branching outward from the keel and bending upward in a vertical direction. One timber is composed of several pieces united.
Timber
(v. t.) To furnish with timber
Timber
(v. i.) To light on a tree.
Timber
(v. i.) To make a nest.
Yard
(v. i.) A rod
Yard
(v. i.) A branch
Yard
(v. i.) A long piece of timber, as a rafter, etc.
Yard
(v. i.) A measure of length, equaling three feet, or thirty-six inches, being the standard of English and American measure.
Yard
(v. i.) The penis.
Yard
(v. i.) A long piece of timber, nearly cylindrical, tapering toward the ends, and designed to support and extend a square sail. A yard is usually hung by the center to the mast. See Illust. of Ship.
Yard
(n.) An inclosure
Yard
(n.) An inclosure within which any work or business is carried on
Yard
(v. t.) To confine (cattle) to the yard

timber yard Bedeutung

garage sale
yard sale
an outdoor sale of used personal or household items held on the seller's premises
timber rattlesnake
banded rattlesnake
Crotalus horridus horridus
widely distributed in rugged ground of eastern United States
timber wolf
grey wolf
gray wolf
Canis lupus
a wolf with a brindled grey coat living in forested northern regions of North America
Charlestown Navy Yard the navy yard in Boston where the frigate `Constitution' is anchored
chicken yard
hen yard
chicken run
fowl run
an enclosed yard for keeping poultry
front yard the yard in front of a house, between the house and the street
holding pen
holding paddock
holding yard
a pen where livestock is temporarily confined
main yard yard for a square mainsail
marshalling yard a railway yard in which trains are assembled and goods are loaded
navy yard
naval shipyard
a military shipyard
ropewalk
rope yard
workplace consisting of a long narrow path or shed where rope is made
side yard the grounds at either side of a house
timber a beam made of wood
timber a post made of wood
timber hitch a hitch used to secure a rope to a log or spar, often supplemented by a half hitch
yard an enclosure for animals (as chicken or livestock)
yard a long horizontal spar tapered at the end and used to support and spread a square sail or lateen
yard grounds
curtilage
the enclosed land around a house or other building, it was a small house with almost no yard
yard railway yard
railyard
an area having a network of railway tracks and sidings for storage and maintenance of cars and engines
yarder
yard donkey
a winch (or system of winches) powered by an engine and used to haul logs from a stump to a landing or to a skid road
yard goods
piece goods
merchandise in the form of fabrics sold by the yard
yard marker (football) a marker indicating the yard line
yardstick
yard measure
a ruler or tape that is three feet long
timbre
timber
quality tone
(music) the distinctive property of a complex sound (a voice or noise or musical sound), the timbre of her soprano was rich and lovely, the muffled tones of the broken bell summoned them to meet
Scotland Yard
New Scotland Yard
the detective department of the metropolitan police force of London
timber line
timberline
tree line
line marking the upper limit of tree growth in mountains or northern latitudes
dump
garbage dump
trash dump
rubbish dump
wasteyard
waste-yard
dumpsite
a piece of land where waste materials are dumped
yard line in football, line parallel to the goal lines indicating position on the field
yard a tract of land enclosed for particular activities (sometimes paved and usually associated with buildings), they opened a repair yard on the edge of town
yard a tract of land where logs are accumulated
forest
woodland
timberland
timber
land that is covered with trees and shrubs
convict
con
inmate yard bird yardbird
a person serving a sentence in a jail or prison
yard bird
yardbird
a military recruit who is assigned menial tasks
yardgrass
yard grass
wire grass goose grass Eleusine indica
coarse annual grass having fingerlike spikes of flowers, native to Old World tropics, a naturalized weed elsewhere
giant timber bamboo
madake
kuhiku
Phyllostachys bambusoides
large bamboo having thick-walled culms, native of China and perhaps Japan, widely grown elsewhere
asparagus bean
yard-long bean
Vigna unguiculata sesquipedalis
Vigna sesquipedalis
South American bean having very long succulent pods
timber tree any tree that is valued as a source of lumber or timber
square yard
sq yd
a unit of area equal to one yard by one yard square
cubic yard
yard
a unit of volume (as for sand or gravel)
yard
pace
a unit of length equal to feet, defined as . centimeters, originally taken to be the average length of a stride
a thousand
one thousand
M K chiliad
G grand
thou
yard
the cardinal number that is the product ofand
lumber
timber
the wood of trees cut and prepared for use as building material
half-timber
half-timbered
having exposed wood framing with spaces filled with masonry, as in Tudor architecture
timber-framed framed by exposed timbers, a magnificently timbered old barn
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