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Spanish translation of “pageant”

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pageant

noun /ˈpӕdʒənt/
a dramatic performance made up of different, usually historical scenes, often performed during a procession
representación, cuadro, desfile
The children performed a historical pageant.
any fine show or display
espectáculo
a pageant of colour/color.
pageantry noun splendid and colourful/colorful show or display
pompa, boato
I love the pageantry of royal processions.
(Definition of pageant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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