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tile

 (tīl)
n.
1. A thin, flat or convex slab of hard material such as baked clay or plastic, laid in rows to cover walls, floors, and roofs.
2. A short length of pipe made of clay or concrete, used in sewers and drains.
3. A hollow fired clay or concrete block used for building walls.
4. Tiles considered as a group: bought tile for the kitchen.
5. Games A marked playing piece, as in mahjong.
tr.v. tiled, til·ing, tiles
To cover or provide with tiles.

[Middle English, from Old English tigele, from Latin tēgula, from tegere, to cover; see (s)teg- in Indo-European roots.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.tiled - covered or furnished with tiles; "baths with tiled walls"; "a tiled kitchen"
covered - overlaid or spread or topped with or enclosed within something; sometimes used as a combining form; "women with covered faces"; "covered wagons"; "a covered balcony"
Translations
مُغَطّى بالقَرْميدمَكْسُوٌّ بِالقِرْمِيْد
kachlíkovanýpokrytý taškami
flisebeklædtklinkebeklædt
laatoitettu
popločen
flísalagîur
タイルを張った
타일을 붙인
pokrytý škridlou
kaklad
ที่ปูด้วยกระเบื้อง
fayans döşelifayans kaplıkiremitli
được lợp bằng ngói

tiled

[taɪld] ADJ [floor] → embaldosado; [wall] → revestido de azulejos, alicatado (Sp); [ceiling] → tejado de tejas
tiled rooftejado m

tiled

[ˈtaɪld] adj
[roof] → de tuiles; [wall, floor] → carrelé(e)

tiled

adj floorgefliest; pathmit Platten ausgelegt; wall, room, fireplacegekachelt; tiled roofZiegeldach nt

tiled

[taɪld] adj (floor, wall, bathroom) → a mattonelle, a piastrelle; (roof) → rivestito/a di tegole

tile

(tail) noun
1. a piece of baked clay used in covering roofs, walls, floors etc. Some of the tiles were blown off the roof during the storm.
2. a similar piece of plastic material used for covering floors etc.
verb
to cover with tiles. We had to have the roof tiled.
tiled adjective
covered with tiles.

tiled

مَكْسُوٌّ بِالقِرْمِيْد kachlíkovaný flisebeklædt gefliest πλακοστρωμένος alicatado, azulejado laatoitettu carrelé popločen piastrellato タイルを張った 타일을 붙인 getegeld flisbelagt taflowy azulejado покрытый плитками kaklad ที่ปูด้วยกระเบื้อง fayans döşeli được lợp bằng ngói 铺瓷砖的
References in classic literature ?
For my humor's sake, I shall preserve the style in which I once narrated it at Lima, to a lounging circle of my Spanish friends, one saint's eve, smoking upon the thick-gilt tiled piazza of the Golden Inn.
As a house, Barton Cottage, though small, was comfortable and compact; but as a cottage it was defective, for the building was regular, the roof was tiled, the window shutters were not painted green, nor were the walls covered with honeysuckles.
Waiting for some reply, I looked about me, noticing how the sluice was abandoned and broken, and how the house - of wood with a tiled roof - would not be proof against the weather much longer, if it were so even now, and how the mud and ooze were coated with lime, and how the choking vapour of the kiln crept in a ghostly way towards me.
And with fear in his eyes, Lord Henry rushed through the flapping palms to find Dorian Gray lying face downwards on the tiled floor in a deathlike swoon.
The tiled floor was thick with dust, and a remarkable array of miscellaneous objects was shrouded in the same grey covering.
A hedge, swinging sharp right, flanked the garden, and above it on a slope of daisy-dotted meadows we could see Lord Lundie's tiled and half-timbered summer farmhouse.
He knelt on the tiled floor, and laid his face in her lap.
she quickly hid the roast meat inside the tiled stove, the wine under the pillow, the salad on the bed, the cakes under it, and the parson in the closet on the porch.
Rush-bottomed arm-chairs faced each other across the tiled hearth, and rows of Delft plates stood on shelves against the walls.
or island, of bourgeois houses, flanked on the right and the left by two blocks of palaces, crowned, the one by the Louvre, the other by the Tournelles, bordered on the north by a long girdle of abbeys and cultivated enclosures, all amalgamated and melted together in one view; upon these thousands of edifices, whose tiled and slated roofs outlined upon each other so many fantastic chains, the bell towers, tattooed, fluted, and ornamented with twisted bands, of the four and forty churches on the right bank; myriads of cross streets; for boundary on one side, an enclosure of lofty walls with square towers (that of the University had round towers); on the other, the Seine, cut by bridges, and bearing on its bosom a multitude of boats; behold the Town of Paris in the fifteenth century.
A sort of tiled veranda extended along one side of it, lined by several windows and two doors.
Despite the un-Russian appearance of the locality and surroundings- fruit gardens, stone fences, tiled roofs, and hills in the distance- and despite the fact that the inhabitants (who gazed with curiosity at the soldiers) were not Russians, the regiment had just the appearance of any Russian regiment preparing for an inspection anywhere in the heart of Russia.