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Translation of "solemn" - English-Spanish dictionary

solemn

adjective   /ˈsɒl·əm/
serious or sad solemne solemn music
solemnly adverb /ˈsɒl·əm·li/
solemnemente
(Definition of solemn from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

solemn

adjective /ˈsoləm/
serious and earnest solemne a solemn question He looked very solemn as he announced the bad news.
stately; having formal dignity serio a solemn procession.
solemnly adverb
solemnemente He solemnly promised that he would do his best.
solemnness noun
solemnidad, seriedad
solemnity /səˈlemnəti/ noun
the state of being solemn solemnidad the solemnity of the occasion.
(Definition of solemn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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