terrazzo

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ter·raz·zo

 (tə-răz′ō, tĕ-rät′sō)
n.
A flooring material of marble or stone chips set in mortar and polished when dry.

[Italian, perhaps from Old Provençal terrassa, terrace; see terrace.]

terrazzo

(tɛˈrætsəʊ)
n
(Building) a floor or wall finish made by setting marble or other stone chips into a layer of mortar and polishing the surface
[C20: from Italian: terrace]

ter•raz•zo

(təˈrɑ tsoʊ, -ˈræz oʊ)

n.
a mosaic flooring or paving composed of chips of broken stone, usu. marble, and cement.
[1895–1900; < Italian: balcony, terraced or flat roof < Vulgar Latin *terrāceus]
Translations

terrazzo

[teˈrætsəʊ] Nterrazo m

terrazzo

nTerrazzo m
References in periodicals archive ?
47) Acadia Marble, Tile & Terazzo Ltd v Oromocto Property Developments Ltd (1998), 205 NBR (2d) 358 (CA).
High ceilings, south facing oversized windows, double crown moldings, original hardwood floors, pocket doors, peer mirror, gas fireplace, double door entrance with terazzo mosaic tile, architectural staircase with balusters and wainscoting, original hinges and hardware.
Limestone floors in the bathroom and Terazzo floors in the kitchen are also worth investigating.