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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
Translations of “angel”
in Korean 천사…
in Arabic مَلاك…
in French ange…
in Italian angelo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天使, (善良、樂於助人的)安琪兒, 善人…
in Russian ангел, добрейшее существо…
in Turkish melek, melek gibi kişi, çok iyi insan…
in Polish anioł…
in Portuguese anjo…
in German der Engel…
in Catalan àngel…
in Japanese 天使…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天使, (善良、乐于助人的)安琪儿, 善人…
(Definition of angel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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