lunes, 13 de junio de 2011

Inglés 005: Lacunae

" 'Complete lossess of paint are the easiest losses to deal with - holes in the canvas, or places where the paint is simply flaked away entirely - what you would call lacunae,' Kanter says, explaining that such sections are often surrounded by major clues about what was lost." (Página 65 - The Painting in the Cellar - Jamie Katz - Smithsonian April 2011)


Inglés - Inglés: noun (plural lacunae /-ni-, -ne-/ or lacunas) an unfilled space or interval; a gap: the journal has filled a lacuna in Middle Eastern studies.

  • a missing portion in a book or manuscript.
  • Anatomya cavity or depression, especially in bone.

Fuente: Oxford Dictionaries