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Translation of "crescent" - English-Spanish dictionary

crescent

noun   /ˈkres·ənt/
a curved shape that is narrow at each end and wider in the middle medialuna the pale crescent of the moon
Crescent
used in the names of streets that have a curved shape se usa en nombres de calles que tienen forma de media luna 57 Park Crescent
(Definition of crescent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

crescent

noun /ˈkresnt/
the curved shape of the growing moon creciente; en forma de media luna the crescent moon (also adjective) crescent-shaped earrings.
(abbreviated to Cres. when written in street-names) a curved street calle en forma de arco She lives in Rose Crescent.
(Definition of crescent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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