All Slavic languages: spiral stairs

Discussion in 'Other Slavic Languages' started by Encolpius, Dec 2, 2013.

  1. Encolpius

    Encolpius Senior Member

    Praha (Prague)
    magyar (Hungarian)
    Hello, what do you call spiral stairs in your language? Thanks.
    Here is what I mean.
  2. bibax Senior Member

    Czech (Prague)
    Commonly točité schodiště, as a terminus technicus: točivé or spirálové schodiště.
  3. marco_2 Senior Member

    In Polish in everyday speech we call them kręcone schody.
  4. ahvalj

    ahvalj Senior Member

    Russian: «винтовая лестница».
  5. oveka Senior Member

    Ukraine, Ukrainian
    Ukrainian: кру́чені, оборотні́, кругові́ схо́ди.
  6. Azori

    Azori Senior Member


    točité /špirálové / špirálovité schody

    točité /špirálové / špirálovité schodisko

    točité /špirálové / špirálovité schodište
  7. ilocas2 Senior Member

    In Czech in everyday speech we call them točitý schody (rarely schodiště)
  8. Duya Senior Member

    Not in WR world
    BCS: kružne or (rare) spiralne stepenice.
  9. Thomas1

    Thomas1 Senior Member

    polszczyzna warszawska
    To my experience, 'schody kręcone' is far more frequent, be it in colloquial or formal Polish.

    A quick Google search yields 'schody spiralne', but I've never come across it before.
  10. Gavril Senior Member

    English, USA
    I'm curious what expression Slovene uses here. A cognate expression to BCS kružne stepenice seems to be Slovene krožne stopnice, literally "circular stairs", but a Google Image search suggests that krožne stopnice can mean spiral stairs as well. (However, "spiralne stopnice" gives more results when I search for it.)
  11. TriglavNationalPark

    TriglavNationalPark Senior Member

    Chicago, IL, U.S.A.
    Slovenian (a.k.a. Slovene)
    Spiralne stopnice, zavite stopnice, and krožne stopnice ​all sound fine to me.
  12. DarkChild Senior Member

    In Bulgarian it's вита стълба.

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