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Spanish translation of 'orb'

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orb

[ɔːb ]
noun
(sphere) esfera fglobo m
(in regalia) orbe m

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Example Sentences Including 'orb'

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First, a pair of snapping legs, then the thorax, then the orb of the abdomen.
Gregg Andrew Hurwitz MINUTES TO BURN (2001)
There was a rumour that some mechanical device had been placed in the coach to help her support the weight of the sceptre and orb.
Gaskin, Catherine THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2001)
Most times we would sit facing each other, she would open a single eye, and I would gaze into that golden orb, communing with her soul.
Ian St James Awards AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE (2001)
`Olga walked to the truck and in a few moments returned with a glass orb and a faded cloth of cut velvet, which she spread over the table.
Adair, Tom (Intro) THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (2001)

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