Concise Dictionary of House Building Terms


french building termsDon't be put off by the ugly cover (at least you'll never lose it on the bookshelf) as this concise dictionary of French House Building Terms contains over 10,000 words and phrases each laid out in either language French-English or English-French, providing an overall total of more than 20,000 entries. It can save you hours of time and embarrassment in the DIY store trying to describe the item that you need.

The book is arranged by trades and is divided into 14 sections covering: Architect, Earthworks and Foundations, Builder, Carpenter and Joiner, Woods & Veneers, Roofer, Ironmonger, Metals, Plumber, Glazier, Electrician, Plasterer, Painter & Decorator and Colours.

This dictionary is an invaluable reference book for those involved in the renovation, construction or maintenance of a French property.

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Concise Dictionary of House Building Terms (Arranged by Trades): French-English, English-French

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