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kaleidoscope

noun   /kəˈlaɪ.də.skəʊp/
a toy in the shape of a tube, that you look through to see different patterns of light made by pieces of coloured glass and mirrors caleidoscopio 1493
a changing and enjoyable mixture or pattern caleidoscopio The street bazaar was a kaleidoscope of colours, smells, and sounds.12651331
(Definition of kaleidoscope from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

kaleidoscope

noun /kəˈlaidəskəup/
a tube-shaped toy in which loose coloured/colored pieces of glass etc reflected in two mirrors form changing patterns. caleidoscopio
kaleidoscopic /-ˈsko-/ adjective
with many changing colours/colors, sights, impressions etc calidoscópico kaleidoscopic patterns.
(Definition of kaleidoscope from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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