Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Eaves"

The meaning of "Eaves" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Squinting up at the eaves mean?
A: Squinting (entrecerrar los ojos) upwards, looking at the eaves (cornisa) of a building.
Q: What does tucked almost under the eaves. mean?
A: The 'eaves' are the underside of the roof, basically. Especially the part that sticks out at the edges of the roof.

So 'tucked up under the eaves' means that something is pressed right up against the underside of the roof, slightly covered by the part of the roof that sticks out. That sort of thing.
Q: What does And the extra-wide eaves?Think of them as a tightrope walker's balancing pole
what does tightrope walker's balancing pole mean? mean?
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Translations of "Eaves"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? eaves
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Q: I haven't been dropping no eaves. does this sound natural?
A: “I haven't been eavesdropping” is the only way to say it.

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