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Translation of "marvel" - English-Spanish dictionary

marvel

noun /ˈmaːvəl/
something or someone astonishing or wonderful maravilla, prodigio The Great Wall of China is one of the marvels of the world She’s a marvel at producing delicious meals. marvellous adjective ( marvelous) wonderful maravilloso The Alps are a marvellous sight. very good in some way; excellent excelente a marvellous idea. marvellously adverb ( marvelously) maravillosamente, estupendamente
Translations of “marvel”
in Vietnamese điều kỳ diệu…
in Thai สิ่งที่น่าพิศวง…
in Malaysian keajaiban…
in French merveille…
in German das Wunder…
in Chinese (Traditional) 奇跡, 令人感到驚奇的事物(或人)…
in Indonesian keajaiban…
in Russian чудо…
in Turkish şaşırtıcı, harika, mucize…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奇迹, 令人感到惊奇的事物(或人)…
in Polish cud…
(Definition of marvel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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