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glory

noun /ˈɡloːri/ ( plural glories)
fame or honour/honor
gloria
The knights had achieved glory on the field of battle He took part in the competition for the glory of the school.
a source of pride, fame etc
gloria
The Bridge of Sighs is one of the many glories of Venice.
the quality of being magnificent
gloria, esplendor
The sun rose in all its glory.
glorify /-fai/ verb ( past tense, past participle glorified) to make (something) seem better than it is
glorificar, ensalzar, idealizar
The film was heavily criticized for glorifying war.
to praise
glorificar, alabar
a hymn that glorifies God.
glorification /-fi-/ noun
glorificación
the glorification of violence.
glorious adjective splendid; deserving great praise
glorioso
a glorious career/victory.
very pleasant; delightful
magnífico, espléndido
glorious weather Isn’t the sunshine glorious?
gloriously adverb
gloriosamente
a gloriously sunny day.
(Definition of glory from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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