English translation of 'imaculado'
imaculadoimaculada [imakuˈladu, a]
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'imaculado' in Other Languages
British English: spotless /ˈspɒtlɪs/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is spotless is completely clean.
Each morning cleaners make sure everything is spotless.
- American English: spotless
- Arabic: طَاهِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: imaculado
- Chinese: 完美无瑕的
- Croatian: besprijekoran
- Czech: čistý dokonale
- Danish: fuldstændig ren
- Dutch: vlekkeloos
- European Spanish: impecable
- Finnish: puhdas tahraton
- French: immaculé
- German: tadellos
- Greek: ακηλίδωτος
- Italian: immacolato
- Japanese: しみのない
- Korean: 아주 청결한
- Norwegian: flekkfri
- Polish: nieskazitelny
- European Portuguese: imaculado
- Romanian: imaculat
- Russian: без единого пятнышка
- Spanish: impecable
- Swedish: fläckfri
- Thai: สะอาดไม่มีตำหนิ
- Turkish: pırıl pırıl
- Ukrainian: чистий
- Vietnamese: sạch sẽ
British English: immaculate ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as immaculate, you mean that it is extremely clean, tidy, or neat.
Her front room was kept immaculate.
British English: pristine ADJECTIVE
Pristine things are extremely clean or new.
Now the house is in pristine condition.
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