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apron Meaning in Bengali

 পোশাক রাখার জন্য সম্মুখে পরিহিত বস্ত্র খন্ড


পরিচ্চদ-রক্ষক বহিরাবরণ,

apron's Usage Examples:

An apron is a garment that is worn over other clothing and covers mainly the front of the body.

The word comes from old French napron meaning a small.

is a sleeveless garment worn as an apron.

Pinafores may be worn as a decorative garment and as a protective apron.

The airport apron, apron, flight line, ramp, or tarmac is the area of an airport where aircraft are parked, unloaded or loaded, refueled, boarded, or maintained.

Lobate debris aprons (LDAs) are geological features on Mars, first seen by the Viking Orbiters, consisting of piles of rock debris below cliffs.

garment, has an open back and is worn as an apron.

In American English, pinafore always refers to an apron.

runways, a sealed taxiway, a sealed apron, a grassed apron and a fuel storage facility.

Adjacent to the sealed apron is a passenger terminal building with.

Alternative terms, more commonly used in English, are mantlet wall or apron wall.

sizeable asphalt apron and passenger terminal.

The terminal building is in a state of disrepair, and may be completely disused, and the apron and runway are.

An apron is a raised section of ornamental stonework below a window ledge, stone tablet, or monument.

Mother Manfold 'my best petticoat and an apron of saye', while Mother Plank gets 'my worst petticoat and my worst apron.

a small airport apron with an adjacent car park, and a small terminal/administration building located 200 meters away from the apron.

Strips of lead used for flashing an edge were sometimes called an apron, and the term is still used for the piece of flashing below a chimney.

to be easily seen by the crews of taxiing aircraft when negotiating the aprons.

uniform includes a hat (called a toque), neckerchief, double-breasted jacket, apron and sturdy shoes (that may include steel or plastic toe-caps).

as part of early development and now used as an alternate taxiway to the apron.

cases, the ramp is installed at the ferry slip and is called a linkspan or apron.


apron string; bib; protective garment;

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