Architecture. an area between the extradoses of two adjoining arches, or between the extrados of an arch and a perpendicular through the extrados at the springing line.
(in a steel-framed building) a panellike area between the head of a window on one level and the sill of a window immediately above.
Philately. the decoration occupying the space at the corner of a stamp between the border and an oval or circular central design.
an approximately triangular surface bounded by the outer curve of an arch and the adjacent wall
the surface area between two adjacent arches and the horizontal cornice above them
adverb, Informal. 1. directly, exactly: The bullet landed spang on target. adverb 1. (US & Canadian, informal) exactly, firmly, or straight: spang on target spaghetti Western
noun 1. a small, thin, often circular piece of glittering metal or other material, used especially for decorating garments. 2. any small, bright drop, object, spot, or the like. verb (used with object), spangled, spangling. 3. to decorate with spangles. 4. to sprinkle or stud with small, bright pieces, objects, spots, etc. verb (used without […]
noun 1. an American art glass having flakes of mica in a layer of clear glass flashed with colored glass.
noun 1. Spanish spoken with a large admixture of English, especially American, words and expressions. noun 1. a variety of English heavily influenced by Spanish, commonly spoken in US Hispanic communities spam Spanglish Spanish and English mixture