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plafón  

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1      (en el techo)    (=rosetón)   ceiling rosette  
(=lámpara)  
flush-fitting ceiling light
2      (Arquit)   (=panel)   soffit
3      (LAm, Constr)   ceiling
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

plaf, plan, platón, plano

"plafón": examples and translations in context
El alto porcentaje de las transferencias para inmuebles se explica por el colapso del plafón del Hemiciclo de Estrasburgo. Here the high share of transfers for buildings can be explained by the incident of the collapsed ceiling in the Strasbourg Chamber.
Los créditos se reasignaron para financiar la reparación del colapso del plafón del Hemiciclo del Parlamento en Estrasburgo, como se explica más adelante. Appropriations were reallocated to finance the repairs following the incident of the collapsed ceiling in the Strasbourg Chamber of the Parliament as explained below.
En agosto de 2008, se derrumbó una parte del plafón suspendido del Hemiciclo del Parlamento Europeo de Estrasburgo. In August 2008 a part of the suspended ceiling in the Strasbourg Chamber of the European Parliament collapsed.
En general, los detectores de incendios situados en los plafones deberán estar al menos a 0,5 metros de distancia de los mamparos. In general, fire detectors located on the ceiling shall be at least 0,5 metres away from bulkheads.
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