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Spanish translation of “crown”

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crown

verb
to form the top part of (something)
coronar; rematar
an iced cake crowned with a cherry.
to put an artificial crown on (a tooth)
poner una corona
The tooth was crowned to address a suspect fracture.
(informal, old-fashioned) to hit (someone) on the head
golpear en la cabeza, dar un coscorrón
If you do that again, I’ll crown you!
(Definition of crown from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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