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Spanish translation of 'oval'

Word Frequency

oval

[ˈəʊvəl ]
adjective
ovalovalado
the Oval Office (US) el Despacho Oval
noun
óvalo m

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Example Sentences Including 'oval'

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It was oval in shape with eighteen post holes round the edge.
The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
If one draws an oval line round them in the snow they look like a face with two eyes, a nose and a mouth.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Oval faces suit the above styling and it works for most other shapes too.
The Sun (2010)
So you get knighted for cycling around a very small oval dressed in Lycra but not for decades of pioneering medical research.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
They look best on faces with softer features, such as heart or oval shapes.
The Sun (2016)
Those with oval faces are lucky, as they can wear pretty much any shape.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Burnell wondered, looking up at the blank oval of her face.
Aldiss, Brian Somewhere East of Life (1994)
At the top they wheel round to head on to the flat, oval, sand gallop to complete their work.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He reckons that short fringes suit oval or heart-shaped faces better.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
In the finished picture, the face is more oval and she appears more youthful.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Shape some of the mixture around each skewer in a rough, slightly flattened oval shape.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The egg should form a neat oval shape as it swirls around.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
I like them just because one has an almost entirely oval face.
The Sun (2011)
My belly has two dark oval shapes that won't fade.
The Sun (2015)
Often they are a skimpy oval shape with a hole right through the middle.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Spoon the mixture inside the oval shape on the baking sheet and use a spatula to smooth the edges.
The Sun (2016)
We fancy the big oval one, in the middle.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)

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'oval' in Other Languages

British English: oval /ˈəʊvl/ ADJECTIVE
Oval things have a shape that is like a circle but is wider in one direction than the other.
He had an oval face.
  • American English: oval
  • Arabic: بَيْضَوِيٌّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: oval
  • Chinese: 椭圆的
  • Croatian: ovalan
  • Czech: oválný
  • Danish: oval
  • Dutch: ovaal
  • European Spanish: ovalado
  • Finnish: soikea
  • French: oval
  • German: oval
  • Greek: ωοειδής
  • Italian: ovale
  • Japanese: 卵形の
  • Korean: 타원형의
  • Norwegian: oval
  • Polish: owalny
  • European Portuguese: oval
  • Romanian: oval
  • Russian: овальный
  • Spanish: ovalado
  • Swedish: oval
  • Thai: ซึ่งเป็นรูปไข่
  • Turkish: oval
  • Ukrainian: овальний
  • Vietnamese: có hình trái xoan

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