Monday, 1 April 2013

Balcón


Today's WOTD is: "balcón" = balcony






In Spanish, “balcón” is a masculine noun of Italian origin, which means balcony.








A couple of commonly used expressions with the word “balcón” are:
  • Balcón corrido (extended balcony/ external corridor);
  • Salir al balcón (to go out to the balcony);

Some examples of the use of the word "balcón" are:
  • La foto muestra la fachada de un edificio típico con balcones (the photo shows the front of a typical building with balconies);
  • La foto muestra la fachada de un edificio típico con balcones  corridos (the photo shows the front of a typical building with extended balconies);
  • Voy a salir al balcón a tomar el fresco (I am going out to the balcony for a bit of fresh air);

Love-Spanish.com loves the word "balcón" in the YouTube clip: El balcón de paul- El Cuarteto de Nos- Porfiado

For more on the word "balcón", visit: Wordreference.com/es/en/ Balcón


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