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Translation of "adorn" - English-Spanish dictionary

adorn

verb   /əˈdɔːn/ formal
to decorate something adornar The room was adorned with flowers.
(Definition of adorn from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

adorn

verb /əˈdoːn/
(formal ) to make beautiful, with decorations etc adornar Their house is adorned with beautiful antique ornaments.
adornment noun
adorno The women wear all kinds of gold and silver adornments such as necklaces, rings, and bracelets.
(Definition of adorn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “adorn”
in Korean 꾸미다…
in Arabic يُزيّن, يُزَخرِف…
in Malaysian menghiasi…
in French orner…
in Russian украшать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 裝扮, 裝飾…
in Italian adornare…
in Turkish süslemek, dekore etmek…
in Polish dekorować, przyozdabiać…
in Vietnamese trang trí…
in Portuguese enfeitar, adornar…
in Thai ตกแต่ง, ประดับประดา…
in German schmücken…
in Catalan guarnir…
in Japanese ~を飾る, 装飾する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 装扮, 装饰…
in Indonesian menghiasi…
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