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English translation of 'espléndido'

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espléndido

adjective
1.  (magnífico) splendidmagnificent
2.  (generoso) lavishgenerous

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Example Sentences Including 'espléndido'

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El campeón de Europa se deshizo del Amway Zaragoza (83--67) en un partido marcado por el espléndido segundo tiempo de los hombres de Zeljko Obradovic.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
La piscina se encuentra a apenas cien metros, poco antes del espléndido edificio que alberga la recepción, el restaurante, los servicios y el teléfono.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
La resistencia individual se convertía en un obstáculo o una distracción ante la realización necesaria y programada de este plan espléndido.
Fernando Savater Ética como amor propio
Para ella, este es un momento espléndido para escribir creación.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
Siempre has sido un espléndido constructor, óptimo arquitecto; impar en materia de murallas.
José Luis Prieto La higuera seca
Un espléndido Zenga evitó en cuatro ocasiones que los centroeuropeos se adelantaran en el marcador.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)

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'espléndido' in Other Languages

British English: splendid /ˈsplɛndɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is splendid, you mean that it is very good.
What a splendid idea!
  • American English: splendid
  • Arabic: رَائِع
  • Brazilian Portuguese: esplêndido
  • Chinese: 壮丽的
  • Croatian: sjajan
  • Czech: úžasný
  • Danish: storartet
  • Dutch: schitterend
  • European Spanish: espléndido
  • Finnish: loistava
  • French: splendide
  • German: großartig
  • Greek: εκθαμβωτικός
  • Italian: splendido
  • Japanese: すばらしい
  • Korean: 화려한
  • Norwegian: glimrende
  • Polish: wspaniały
  • European Portuguese: esplêndido
  • Romanian: splendid
  • Russian: великолепный
  • Spanish: espléndido
  • Swedish: storartad
  • Thai: ยอดเยี่ยม
  • Turkish: görkemli
  • Ukrainian: чудовий
  • Vietnamese: rất hay
British English: superb /sʊˈpɜːb; sjʊ-/ ADJECTIVE
If something is superb, it is very good indeed.
The actor gives a superb performance as a retired police officer.
  • American English: superb
  • Arabic: مُـمْتَاز
  • Brazilian Portuguese: excelente
  • Chinese: 卓越的
  • Croatian: izvanredan
  • Czech: znamenitý
  • Danish: superb
  • Dutch: groots
  • European Spanish: espléndido
  • Finnish: erinomainen
  • French: superbe
  • German: hervorragend
  • Greek: έξοχος
  • Italian: superbo
  • Japanese: すばらしい
  • Korean: 훌륭한
  • Norwegian: superb
  • Polish: wspaniały
  • European Portuguese: excelente
  • Romanian: superb
  • Russian: великолепный
  • Spanish: espléndido
  • Swedish: storartad
  • Thai: วิเศษ
  • Turkish: muhteşem
  • Ukrainian: грандіозний
  • Vietnamese: cực ấn tượng

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