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Translation of "decorate" - English-Spanish dictionary

decorate

verb /ˈdekəreit/
to add some kind of ornament etc to (something) to make more beautiful, striking etc decorar We decorated the Christmas tree with glass balls.
to put paint, paper etc on the walls, ceiling and woodwork of (a room) pintar, empapelar He spent a week decorating the living room.
to give a medal or badge to (someone) as a mark of honour/honor condecorar He was decorated for his bravery.
decoration noun
something used to decorate decoración cake decorations.
the act of decorating decoración The decoration of the house will be a long job.
decorative /-rətiv/ adjective
ornamental or beautiful (especially if not useful) decorativo a decorative arrangement of flowers.
decorator noun
a person who decorates rooms, houses etc decorador He was a painter and decorator by trade.
(Definition of decorate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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