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fable

noun /ˈfeibl/
a story (usually about animals) that teaches a lesson about human behaviour/behavior
fábula
Aesop’s fables.
a legend or untrue story
fábula
Do you think the story is fact or fable?
fabulous /ˈfӕbjuləs/ adjective wonderful
fabuloso
a fabulous idea.
existing (only) in a fable
fabuloso
The phoenix is a fabulous bird.
fabulously adverb
fabulosamente
She is fabulously rich.
Translations of “fable”
in Korean 동화…
in Arabic أمثولة, حِكاية…
in French fable, légende…
in Italian favola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 寓言, 寓言故事…
in Russian басня…
in Turkish hayvan masalı, alegorik hikaye, fabl…
in Polish bajka…
in Portuguese fábula…
in German die Fabel, das Märchen…
in Catalan faula…
in Japanese ぐう話…
in Chinese (Simplified) 寓言, 寓言故事…
(Definition of fable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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