All Slavic languages: spiral stairs

  • oveka

    Senior Member
    Ukraine, Ukrainian
    Ukrainian: кру́чені, оборотні́, кругові́ схо́ди.
     

    Azori

    Senior Member
    Slovak:

    točité /špirálové / špirálovité schody

    točité /špirálové / špirálovité schodisko

    točité /špirálové / špirálovité schodište
     

    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.
     

    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.)
     

    TriglavNationalPark

    Senior Member
    Slovenian (a.k.a. Slovene)
    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.)

    Spiralne stopnice, zavite stopnice, and krožne stopnice ​all sound fine to me.
     
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