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Translation of "splendid" - English-Spanish dictionary

splendid

adjective   /ˈsplen·dɪd/
very good or very beautiful estupendo, espléndido a splendid idea a splendid view
splendidly adverb /ˈsplen·dɪd·li/
estupendamente, espléndidamente
(Definition of splendid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

splendid

adjective /ˈsplendid/
brilliant, magnificent, very rich and grand etc estupendo, maravilloso He looked splendid in his robes.
very good or fine espléndido, magnífico a splendid piece of work.
splendidly adverb
espléndidamente She did splendidly well in her exams.
splendour noun ( splendor)
esplendor The ceremony was performed with great splendour.
splendidness noun
esplendor
(Definition of splendid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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