English translation of 'gemelo'
Word forms: gemelo, gemela
(= hermano) (identical) twin
torres gemelas twin towers
buque gemelo sister ship
es mi alma gemela we’re two of a kind
masculine noun/feminine noun
(= hermano) (identical) twin
1. (= músculo) calf muscle
2. [de camisa] cufflink
3. (Nautical) sister ship
[del zodíaco] Gemini ⧫ Twins
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Example Sentences Including 'gemelo'
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Parecía el hilo más tenue de la telaraña de los siglos: parecía un gemelo de la muerte: el sueno.La muerte de Artemio Cruz
Pero el Mal se pretende el contemporáneo, y el igual, y el hermano gemelo del Bien.Ética como amor propio
Qué pasaría si el gemelo que sobrevive descubre que ha perdido un hermano o una hermana y que es por culpa de su madre?El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
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Used Occasionally. gemelo is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'gemelo' in Other Languages
British English: twin /twɪn/ NOUN
If two people are twins, they have the same mother and were born on the same day.
My sister was looking after the twins.
- American English: twin
- Arabic: تَوْأَم
- Brazilian Portuguese: gêmeo
- Chinese: 孪生子
- Croatian: blizanci
- Czech: dvojče
- Danish: tvilling
- Dutch: tweeling
- European Spanish: gemelo
- Finnish: kaksonen
- French: jumeau
- German: Zwilling
- Greek: δίδυμος
- Italian: gemello
- Japanese: 双子
- Korean: 쌍둥이
- Norwegian: tvilling
- Polish: bliźniak brat lub siostra
- European Portuguese: gémeo
- Romanian: geamăn
- Russian: близнец
- Latin American Spanish: gemelo
- Swedish: tvilling
- Thai: คู่แฝด
- Turkish: ikiz
- Ukrainian: близнюк
- Vietnamese: con sinh đôi
British English: twin ADJECTIVE
Twin is used to describe a pair of things that look the same and are close together.
...the twin spires of the cathedral.
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