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Translation of "angel" - English-Spanish dictionary

angel

noun /ˈeindʒəl/
a messenger or attendant of God ángel The angels announced the birth of Christ to the shepherds.
a very good or beautiful person ángel She’s been an absolute angel about helping us.
angelic /ӕnˈdʒelik/ adjective
like an angel angelical The child had an angelic look on its face.
angelically adverb
angelicalmente She smiled angelically.
angel-fish noun
a brightly-coloured/-colored tropical fish with spiny fins. pez ángel
(Definition of angel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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