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Translation of "coronation" - English-Spanish dictionary

coronation

noun   /ˌkɒr·əˈneɪ·ʃən/
a ceremony at which someone is officially made king or queen coronación
(Definition of coronation from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

coronation

noun /korəˈneiʃən/
the act or ceremony of crowning a king or queen coronación the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
(Definition of coronation from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “coronation”
in Korean 대관식…
in Arabic تَتويج…
in Malaysian upacara kemahkotaan…
in French couronnement…
in Russian коронация…
in Chinese (Traditional) 加冕典禮…
in Italian incoronazione…
in Turkish (kral, kraliçe) taç giyme töreni…
in Polish koronacja…
in Vietnamese lễ đăng quang…
in Portuguese coroação…
in Thai ราชาภิเษก…
in German die Krönung…
in Catalan coronació…
in Japanese たい冠式…
in Chinese (Simplified) 加冕典礼…
in Indonesian penobatan…
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