Definition of 'pendant'
Example sentences containing 'pendant'
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She keeps his ashes inside a pendant she wears around her neck. The Sun (2009)You can also pick up pendants and earrings to match your ring. The Sun (2015)The ceiling pendant is them moving nearer the table. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Crossing the vaulted space is a structural tie beam from which a central pendant light can be hung. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The thousands of glass pendants were incandescent with electricity, of all things. The Broken God (1993)Twins = earrings, triplets = earring and pendant set. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Other items include bracelets, earrings and pendants. The Sun (2013)They cost 189 each with a pendant fitting. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He fiddles with a flat glass pendant as he discusses his insecurities at Covent Garden. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Manufacturing methods were changing, too, so it was possible to stamp out earrings and pendants using far less gold. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A matt finish solid silver leaf is fashioned into a beautiful pendant, earrings and also as the silver decoration on a polished wooden bangle. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'pendant'
British English: pendant /ˈpɛndənt/ NOUN
A pendant is an ornament on a chain that you wear round your neck.
- American English: pendant
- Arabic: قِلادَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: pingente
- Chinese: 垂饰
- Croatian: privjesak
- Czech: přívěsek
- Danish: hængesmykke
- Dutch: hanger
- European Spanish: colgante
- Finnish: riipus
- French: pendentif
- German: Anhänger Kette
- Greek: παντατίφ
- Italian: ciondolo
- Japanese: ペンダント
- Korean: 펜던트
- Norwegian: anheng
- Polish: brelok
- European Portuguese: berloque
- Romanian: pandantiv
- Russian: подвеска
- Spanish: colgante
- Swedish: hängsmycke
- Thai: จี้ห้อยคอ
- Turkish: pandantif
- Ukrainian: кулон
- Vietnamese: mặt dây chuyền
Definition of pendant from the Collins English Dictionary
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