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Spanish translation of “fable”

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.
(Definition of fable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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