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Translation of "image" - English-Spanish dictionary

image

noun   /ˈɪm·ɪdʒ/
the way that other people think someone or something is imagen They want to improve the public image of the police.
a picture, especially in movies or television or in a mirror imagen television images of starving children
a picture in your mind imagen I have an image of the way I want the garden to look.
(Definition of image from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

image

noun /ˈimidʒ/
a likeness or copy of a person etc made of wood, stone etc imagen Images of the saints adorned the walls.
a close likeness imagen, retrato She’s the very image of her sister.
reflection reflejo, imagen She looked at her image in the mirror.
mental picture imagen I have an image of the place in my mind.
the general opinion that people have about a person, company etc imagen A scandal like this is damaging to the company’s public image.
(Definition of image from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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