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Translation of "pageant" - English-Spanish dictionary

pageant

noun   /ˈpædʒ.ənt/
mainly US a competition for young women in which they are judged on their beauty and other qualities concurso de belleza a beauty pageant1474
any colourful and impressive show or ceremony espectáculo histórico 821463
(Definition of pageant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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