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Translation of "procession" - English-Spanish dictionary

procession

noun   /prəˈseʃ·ən/
a line of people or cars that moves forward slowly as part of a ceremony or public event procesión a funeral procession
(Definition of procession from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

procession

noun /prəˈseʃən/
a line of people, vehicles etc moving forward in order, especially for a ceremonial purpose desfile; (religión) procesión The procession moved slowly through the streets.
(Definition of procession from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “procession”
in Korean 행렬, 행진…
in Arabic مَوْكِب…
in Malaysian perarakan…
in French cortège…
in Russian процессия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行列,隊伍, 一系列,一長串…
in Italian processione…
in Turkish kafile, alay, tören kıtası…
in Polish pochód, defilada, procesja…
in Vietnamese đám diễu hành…
in Portuguese procissão…
in Thai ขบวน…
in German die Prozession…
in Catalan processó…
in Japanese (人や車の列の)行進…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行列,队伍, 一系列,一长串…
in Indonesian prosesi, arak-arakan…
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