arbor

  • araceli

    Senior Member
    Argentine, Spanish
    Hello and welcome to the forum:

    You have to put this message in the Italian-English forum and by the way you must add some context, please.
     

    lsp

    Senior Member
    NY
    US, English
    I'm venturing a guess, to be confirmed or corrected by some Italian members... pergola?
     

    mimitabby

    Senior Member
    usa, english
    Alfry, an arbor is a structure that vines can climb on. we have arbors for grapes, for example..
    that's the only context I know of.
    mimi
     

    Alfry

    Senior Member
    Italian
    mimitabby said:
    Alfry, an arbor is a structure that vines can climb on. we have arbors for grapes, for example..
    that's the only context I know of.
    mimi
    yes, it's the most common but I knew that talking of mechanics an arbor is "albero"
    ;)
     

    Silvia

    Senior Member
    Italian
    mimitabby said:
    Alfry, an arbor is a structure that vines can climb on. we have arbors for grapes, for example..
    that's the only context I know of.
    In that case pergola would be right, as lsp suggested, or even pergolato.

    It all depends on the context, so let's wait for jdouglas to be back :)
     
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