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English translation of 'faro'

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faro

masculine noun
1.  (Nautical)
(edificio) lighthouse
(señal) beacon
2.  (Automobiles) headlampheadlight
3. 
faros (very informal)
(ojos) peepers (informal)eyes
invariable adjective (informal)
idea faro bright ideabrilliant idea

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Example Sentences Including 'faro'

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-- Un equipo de arqueólogos respaldado por el Gobierno egipcio afirma haber encontrado en el Mediterráneo restos del faro de Alejandría y del palacio de Cleopatra VII.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
-Y qué sería de mí sin el faro de su bondad, su armonia y su juvenil matronalismo?
Juan García Hortelano Gramática parda
En cambio (coinciden ficción e historia), le levanta un gran faro conmemorativo en el Caribe, que fue el homenaje real de Trujillo a su mamacita.
Carlos Fuentes Valiente mundo nuevo
La excursión hay que prolongarla hasta el faro del Cabo Matxitxaco y la ermita románica de San Pelayo.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Maya en traje marinero es uno de los 150 retratos del inventor del cubismo que se exponen en París, en una muestra monográfica que va a ser el faro del otoño cultural parisino.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Stevenson como un faro en las rompientes de tierras generosas y aventureras, secretas en la noche.
Fernando Savater Apóstatas razonables
Y es que los arqueólogos patrocinados por el Gobierno egipcio no sólo han reclamadao el descubrimiento del faro de Alejandría y el palacio de Cleopatra.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)

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In Common Usage. faro is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'faro' in Other Languages

British English: headlamp /ˈhɛdˌlæmp/ NOUN
A vehicle's headlamps are the large powerful lights at the front.
  • American English: headlight
  • Arabic: مِصْبَاحٌ أَمَامِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: farol dianteiro carro
  • Chinese: 头灯
  • Croatian: prednja svjetla
  • Czech: přední světlo
  • Danish: forlygte
  • Dutch: koplamp
  • European Spanish: faro vehículo
  • Finnish: etuvalo
  • French: phare voiture
  • German: Scheinwerfer
  • Greek: προβολέας
  • Italian: faro
  • Japanese: ヘッドランプ
  • Korean: 전조등
  • Norwegian: frontlys
  • Polish: przedni reflektor
  • European Portuguese: farol dianteiro carro
  • Romanian: far auto
  • Russian: фара
  • Latin American Spanish: faro luz delantera
  • Swedish: strålkastare
  • Thai: ไฟหน้าของรถยนต์
  • Turkish: ön lamba
  • Ukrainian: передня фара
  • Vietnamese: đèn pha
British English: headlight /ˈhɛdˌlaɪt/ NOUN
A vehicle's headlights are the large bright lights at the front.
He turned on the car's headlights in the tunnel.
  • American English: headlight
  • Arabic: مِصْبَاحٌ أَمَامِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: farol dianteiro carro
  • Chinese: 前灯
  • Croatian: prednja svjetla
  • Czech: přední světlo
  • Danish: forlygte
  • Dutch: koplamp
  • European Spanish: faro vehículo
  • Finnish: ajovalo
  • French: phare voiture
  • German: Scheinwerfer
  • Greek: προβολέας
  • Italian: fanale anteriore
  • Japanese: ヘッドライト
  • Korean: 전조등
  • Norwegian: billykt
  • Polish: przedni reflektor
  • European Portuguese: farol dianteiro carro
  • Romanian: far de fază mare
  • Russian: фара
  • Latin American Spanish: faro luz delantera
  • Swedish: helljus
  • Thai: ไฟหน้าของรถยนต์
  • Turkish: ön lamba
  • Ukrainian: фара
  • Vietnamese: đèn pha
British English: lighthouse /ˈlaɪtˌhaʊs/ NOUN
A lighthouse is a tower near or in the sea which contains a powerful flashing lamp to guide ships or to warn them of danger.
  • American English: lighthouse
  • Arabic: مَنَارَةٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: farol
  • Chinese: 灯塔
  • Croatian: svjetionik
  • Czech: maják
  • Danish: fyr fyrtårn
  • Dutch: vuurtoren
  • European Spanish: faro torre
  • Finnish: majakka
  • French: phare bâtiment
  • German: Leuchtturm
  • Greek: φάρος
  • Italian: faro
  • Japanese: 灯台
  • Korean: 등대
  • Norwegian: fyrtårn
  • Polish: latarnia
  • European Portuguese: farol
  • Romanian: far
  • Russian: маяк
  • Latin American Spanish: faro señal de navegación
  • Swedish: fyr
  • Thai: ประภาคาร
  • Turkish: deniz feneri
  • Ukrainian: маяк
  • Vietnamese: ngọn hải đăng
British English: beacon NOUN
A beacon is a light or a fire, usually on a hill or tower, which acts as a signal or a warning.
They used an emergency beacon to send for help.
  • American English: beacon
  • Brazilian Portuguese: farol
  • Chinese: 烽火
  • European Spanish: faro
  • French: balise
  • German: Leuchtfeuer
  • Italian: faro
  • Japanese: ビーコン
  • Korean: 등대
  • European Portuguese: farol
  • Latin American Spanish: faro

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Translation of faro from the Collins Spanish to English
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