pomp translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "pomp" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /pomp/
solemn stateliness and magnificence, eg at a ceremonial occasion
The Queen arrived with great pomp and ceremony.
pompous adjective too grand in manner or speech
The headmaster is inclined to be a bit pompous.
pompously adverb
pomposamente, con pompa
He pompously announced that he wants to become an ambassador.
pompousness noun
pomposidad, ostentación
pomposity /-ˈpo-/ noun
(Definition of pomp from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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