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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "adorn" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 56 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
adorn ataviar [v]
adorn aderezar [v]
adorn adornar [v]
General
adorn ornamentar [v]
adorn ornar [v]
adorn afilorar [v] CAR
adorn agraciar [v]
adorn empavesar [v]
adorn emperifollar [v]
adorn aliñar [v]
adorn engalanar [v]
adorn esmaltar [v]
adorn exornar [v]
adorn asear [v]
adorn guarnecer [v]
adorn acairelar [v]
adorn cairelar [v]
adorn adornar [v]
adorn adrezar [v] disused
adorn afirolar [v] PR
adorn alcorzarse [v] disused
adorn alindar [v]
adorn aliñar [v]
adorn aprestar [v]
adorn ataviar [v]
adorn emperejilar [v]
adorn revestir [v]
adorn arrear [v]
adorn amenizar [v]
adorn alicorear [v] CAM
adorn vestir [v]
adorn alcorzarse [v] disused
adorn atildar [v]
adorn acicalar [v]
adorn alhajar [v]
adorn apañar [v]
adorn decorar [v]
adorn componer [v]
adorn embarnizar [v]
adorn embellecer [v]
adorn emparamentar [v]
adorn hermosear [v]
adorn honrar [v]
adorn encubertar [v]
adorn enjaezar [v]
adorn enjoyar [v]
adorn ennoblecer [v]
adorn enriquecer [v]
adorn guarnir [v]
adorn matizar [v]
adorn pulir [v]
adorn paramentar [v]
adorn prender [v]
adorn zafar [v]
Colloquial
adorn quillotrar [v]
Engineering
adorn ornamento [m]

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "adorn" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 53 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
General
adorn with feathers emplumar [v]
adorn oneself adornarse [v]
adorn oneself alindarse [v]
adorn oneself aliñarse [v]
adorn with crenels almenar [v]
adorn or cover with jewels enjoyar [v]
adorn with adornar de [v]
adorn with ornamentar de [v]
adorn with ornar de [v]
adorn someone or something achular [v] SV
adorn with plumes empenacharse [v]
adorn oneself aderezarse [v]
adorn oneself ataviarse [v]
adorn oneself ponerse [v]
decorate or adorn something chajinear [v] NI
adorn oneself out acicalarse [v]
adorn with great care adornar con mucho cuidado [v]
adorn with diamonds adiamantar [v]
adorn (a speech) amenizar [v]
adorn oneself adonizar [v]
adorn oneself adornarse [v]
adorn with silver argentar [v]
adorn oneself atildarse [v]
adorn oneself alindarse [v]
adorn with pearls aljofarar [v]
adorn as with an aureole aureolar [v]
adorn oneself ostentatiously aparatarse [v]
adorn oneself apararse [v]
adorn with metal plates chapear [v]
adorn with tapestry/hangings colgar [v]
adorn with rhetorical figures exornar [v]
adorn with lace galonear [v]
adorn with hangings empaliar [v] disused
adorn with plumes empenachar [v]
adorn with plumes emplumar [v]
adorn with ribbons encintar [v]
adorn with figures figurar [v]
adorn with garlands enguirnaldar [v]
adorn with statues estatuar [v]
adorn with flowers florear [v]
adorn with jewels enjoyar [v]
adorn with lamps/bonfires iluminar [v]
hang/adorn with tapestry entapizar [v]
adorn with hangings entoldar [v]
adorn with gilt tacks tachonar [v]
adorn with hangings paliar [v]
adorn with plumes adornar con penachos [v]
array (to dress, especially in fine clothes; adorn) vestir [v]
Phrasals
get up (to dress or adorn, as in She plans to get herself up in a bizarre outfit) vestir [v]
Colloquial
adorn carefully empapirotar [v]
adorn carefully emperejilar [v]
Architecture
adorn with fillets/scrolls cintar [v]
Archaic
invest (to clothe; adorn) vestir [v]