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Having or characterized by a single slope or pitch: a lean-to roof; lean-to construction.
n. pl. lean-tos
1. A structure with a single-pitch roof that is attached to the side of a building as a wing or extension.
2. A shelter or shed having a roof with a single slope or pitch.
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n, pl -tos
1. (Architecture) a roof that has a single slope with its upper edge adjoining a wall or building
2. (Architecture) a shed or outbuilding with such a roof
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n., pl. -tos.
1. a shack or shed supported at one side by trees or posts and having an inclined roof.
2. a roof of a single pitch with the higher end abutting a wall or larger building.
3. a structure with such a roof.
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lean-to[ˈliːntuː] N (lean-tos (pl)) → cobertizo m
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lean-to[ˈliːnˌtuː] n (roof) → tettoia; (building) edificio con tetto appoggiato ad altro edificio
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