e.g. a shomaker's apron or an archbishop's apron a garment of cloth or leather or plastic that is tied about the waist and worn to protect your clothing
- "the butcher told his apprentice to wear an apron"
- förkläde [ kläder ]
A device on e.g. a car motor to protect vital parts from damage
- "the apron of the engine"
- [ teknik ]
surrounding the flight terminal and the hangars
- "I noticed a man on the apron, looking at the airplane"
- platta [ luftfart ]
- "The orchestra pit has a removable cover that extends the stage apron"
A masonic apron
- "The Masonic apron could be worn during public meetings"
to protect e.g. a coast line against erosion
- "He observed two men who were not wearing head protection standing on the apron of the pier"
- skyddsvall [ sjöfart ]
a land-based delta, formed when the ice in front of a glacier is halted
- "An apron of sediment continues to bury the land in front of the glacier."
- sandur [ geologi ]
- [ geografi ]
a narrow belt surrounding the green, having shorter grass than the fairway
- "A low shot, up the fairway and onto the apron"
- foregreen [ golf ]
a cover on a carriage made to protect the travellers
- "the old wagon had a little apron out in front"
- fotsack [ fordon ]
at shipyards in front of ships
- "An apron extending 20 feet beyond the caisson was constructed thus allowing the dry dock to accommodate a vessel."
- skyddsplank [ sjöfart ]
type of conveyer belt
- "The apron transports the fibers"
- transportband [ teknik ]
a neutral space/location in a boxing ring
- "Rimming the ring apron were boxing fans"
- ringhörna [ sport ]
- [ sport ]