onion-shaped

onion-shaped

adj
bulb-shaped; shaped like an onion
Translations

onion-shaped

[ˈʌnjənʃeɪpd] ADJacebollado, con forma de cebolla
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The flame-like and colorful onion-shaped domes of Saint Basil's Cathedral caught my eye.
Decoding the symbolism of dome, says Prof (Retd) Mazhar Moeen of Punjab University, it is significant that the Minar-e-Pakistan has an onion-shaped dome and a pinnacle at the top -- this type of dome was popularised by the Mughals in the South Asia and is known as the Arabic architectural style of dome.
Decoding the symbolism of dome, says Prof (Retd) Mazhar Moeen of Punjab University, it is significant that the Minar-e-Pakistan has an onion-shaped dome and a pinnacle at the top and this type of dome was popularised by the Mughals in the South Asia and is known as the Arabic architectural style of dome.
One thing I didn't expect to see when looking out of the coach on the road from Altea to Javea though was a Russian Orthodox Church with its distinctive onion-shaped domes.
One thing I didn't expect to see when looking out of the coach on the road from Altea to Javea, though, was a Russian Orthodox Church with its distinctive onion-shaped domes.
But since Malaysia is also an Islamic country, the motifs of Islamic art - the onion-shaped domes, the curvilinear shapes, the ornate arabesques - have seeped into the country and have been incorporated into the look and shape of the buildings.
The onion-shaped dome had to be hoisted from there and placed on the new church around 30 metres away.
The shrine contains the grave of Islam's Prophet Mohammed's granddaughter Zeinab and has a characteristic golden, onion-shaped dome.
But when you drip small amounts of water at the surface, explains Jones, the vine forms a shallow, onion-shaped rootball--and no roots dive deep through the layers of earth looking for moisture.
The mosque is located next to Perdana Putra, the six-storey natural stone clad office complex with its green-glazed onion-shaped roof that houses the offices of the Malaysian Prime Minister, the deputy prime minister and the chief secretary to the government.
The onion-shaped dome of the mansion, one of the defining characteristics of the building, was demolished, causing many to agree that the historical texture of the structure has been lost.
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