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Translation of "extravagant" - English-Spanish dictionary

extravagant

adjective   /ɪkˈstræv·ə·ɡənt/
spending too much money derrochador the extravagant lifestyle of a movie star
extravagantly adverb /ɪkˈstræv·ə·ɡənt·li/
con gran despilfarro, desorbitadamente
(Definition of extravagant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

extravagant

adjective /ikˈstrӕvəɡənt/
using or spending too much; wasteful derrochador, despilfarrador He’s extravagant with money an extravagant use of materials/energy.
(of ideas, emotions etc) exaggerated or too great extravagante, exagerado extravagant praise.
extravagantly adverb
de manera exagerada
extravagance noun
derroche His wife’s extravagance reduced them to poverty Food is a necessity, but wine is an extravagance.
(Definition of extravagant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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