(in Spanish-speaking countries) any architectural feature, as a loggia or balcony, affording a view of the surroundings.
Origin of mirador
equivalent to mira(r
) to look at (< Latin mīrārī
to wonder at) + -dor
agent suffix (< Latin -tor -tor
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Examples from the Web for mirador
Historical Examples of mirador
And yet Luisa Valverde, looking down from the mirador, saw that now.
What is also common enough in that country, it was surmounted by a mirador, or “belvedere.”
Then she withdrew, and we were summoned again to the mirador.
At this point one of the favourites called us in from the mirador.
A stone-cast from the house was a mirador known to our conductress.
British Dictionary definitions for mirador
a window, balcony, or turret
Word Origin for mirador
C17: from Spanish, from mirar to look
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