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Translation of "dwarf" - English-Spanish dictionary

dwarf

noun   /dwɔːf/
an imaginary creature like a little man, in children’s stories enano, -a
adjective   /dwɔːf/
A dwarf animal or plant is much smaller than the normal size. enano
verb   /dwɔːf/
If something dwarfs other things, it is very big and makes them seem small. empequeñecer The hotel is dwarfed by skyscrapers.
(Definition of dwarf from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dwarf

noun /dwoːf/ ( plurals dwarfs, rare dwarves /dwoːvz/)
an animal, plant or person much smaller than normal enano These rose plants are dwarves and may only grow up to 10 inches high.
in fairy tales etc, a creature like a tiny man, with magic powers enano, duende Snow White and the seven dwarfs.
(Definition of dwarf from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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