Translation of "herald" - English-Spanish dictionary

herald

verb uk /ˈher.əld/ us formal

to be a sign that something important, and often good, is starting to happen, or to make something publicly known, especially by celebrating or praising it

presagiar, anunciar
The president’s speech heralds a new era in foreign policy.
This drug has been heralded as a major breakthrough in the fight against breast cancer.
noun uk /ˈher.əld/ us

formal a sign that something will happen, change, etc.

precursor, heraldo
If this first opera of the season is a herald (= sign) of what is to come, we can expect great things.

in the past, a person who carried important messages and made announcements

heraldo

(Translation of “herald” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

herald

noun /ˈherəld/

formerly, a person who carries and reads important messages and notices (eg from a king)

heraldo; anunciador
The king sent out heralds to announce the new law.
heraldic /-ˈrӕl-/ adjective

of heraldry.

heráldico
heraldry noun

the study of coats of arms, crests etc and of the history of the families who have the right to use them.

heráldica

(Translation of “herald” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)