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Meanings of "ceremony" in Spanish English Dictionary : 17 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
ceremony ceremonia [f]
ceremony rito [m]
General
ceremony ceremonia [f]
ceremony conmemoración [f]
ceremony acto [m]
ceremony aparato [m]
ceremony cumplimiento [m]
ceremony forma [f]
ceremony formalidad [f]
ceremony etiqueta [f]
ceremony solemnidad [f]
ceremony aparato [m]
ceremony ceremonial [m]
ceremony fórmulas exteriores [f/pl]
Law
ceremony acto [m]
International Law
ceremony acto solemne
Rehabilitation
ceremony ceremonias [f/pl]

Meanings of "ceremony" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 167 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
wedding (the ceremony) matrimonio [m]
ceremony of public appreciation vítor [m]
General
closing ceremony clausura [f]
awards ceremony premiación [f] MX HN NI CU DO
farewell ceremony despedida [f]
wedding ceremony casamiento [m]
marriage ceremony desposorios [m/pl]
hand kissing ceremony besamanos [m]
wedding ceremony casamiento [m]
ceremony book ceremonial [m]
ceremony at which an apprentice qualifies alternativa [f]
solemn ceremony of taking an oath allegiance jura [f]
award ceremony premiación [f]
wedding ceremony ceremonia de casamiento [f]
ceremony involving a simulated wedding between an ewe and a ram abrazada [f] AR:Nw
school, college, or university graduation ceremony colación [f] PY
ceremony in which incense is burned to ask the gods for protection or thank them for some benefit milluchada [f] BO
prize ceremony premiación [f] MX HN NI CU DO
degree conferring ceremony recepción [f] MX
award ceremony premiación [f] MX HN NI CU DO
honor ceremony tenida [f] NI
ceremony where communities help build the house of friends or relatives, ending with placing a cross on the roof zafacasa [f] PE rur.
blessing ceremony tinca [f] PE rur.
stand on ceremony andarse con ceremonias [v]
stand on ceremony andarse con cumplidos [v]
organize an engagement ceremony cruzar los aros [v]
be present at a ceremony estar presente en una ceremonia [v]
be present at a ceremony asistir a una ceremonia [v]
attend the flag raising ceremony asistir a la ceremonia de izamiento de la bandera [v]
attend a ceremony asistir a una ceremonia [v]
used in a ceremony ceremonial [adj]
pertaining to the ceremony funeral [adj]
a ceremony of the lenca indigenous people of southwestern honduras agradecimiento [m] HN:W
wedding ceremony caldo [m] CO:C
annual ceremony held in certain newspapers consisting of changing to the new year of circulation on the first page cambio de folio [m] CL
engagement ceremony cambio de aros [m] EC
indigenous lenca ceremony in which the spirits or divinities are offered prayers, offerings, and animal sacrifices cumplimiento [m] HN DO
ceremony that takes place when a child passes away chigualo [m] CO:Sw EC
annual ceremony in which the ears or back of livestock are marked floreo [m] CL:N
wedding ceremony casorio [m] CR disused
wedding ceremony casorio [m] BO disused rur.
engagement ceremony cruce de aros [m] VE
meal prepared with meat and potatoes offered in the ceremony carried out in preparation for planting corn huchillico [m] AR:Nw rur.
ceremony during which a sorcerer tries to transmit his magical or curative powers to a person to prevent a curse icaro [m] PE:E rur.
ceremony carried out some days after the burial in which each family member or friend washes and sun-dries an article of clothing belong to the deceased lavatorio [m] BO AR:Nw rur.
bow worn by the bride and groom during the marriage ceremony lazo [m] MX
mapuche ceremony in which they pray to the deity of rain or good weather guillatún [m] CL AR:S
degree conferring ceremony recibimiento [m] NI
ceremony in which the godparents cut the child's first lock of hair and offer it to the virgin rutichico [m] BO:S AR:Nw rur.
ancestral custom where a couple live together out of wedlock with permission of parents after a ceremony sirviñaco [m] BO AR:Nw
ancestral custom where a couple live together out of wedlock with permission of parents after a ceremony sirviñacu [m] BO AR:Nw
social ceremony in which the parents of a male suitor go to the home of woman to ask her parents for permission for their children to cohabitate or marry tilicuy [m] BO rur.
social ceremony in which the parents of a male suitor go to the home of woman to ask her parents for permission for their children to cohabitate or marry tilucuy [m] BO rur.
community award ceremony tantachawi [m] BO:W rur.
a fairy tale wedding ceremony una boda de cuentos de hadas
a low-key ceremony una ceremonia sencilla
a low-key ceremony una ceremonia simple
a low-key ceremony una ceremonia discreta
a simple ceremony una ceremonia sencilla
christmas ceremony ceremonia de navidad
tree lighting ceremony ceremonia de navidad
woman that attends the bride at a wedding ceremony dama de honor
opening ceremony acto de apertura
award ceremony ceremonia de premiación
ceremony of becoming a full matador (bulfighting) alternativa [f]
inaugural ceremony inauguración [f]
ceremony of the mass paz [f]
perform the marriage ceremony for desposar [v]
marriage with little ceremony bodijo [m]
official assistant in the ceremony of the imposition of the golden fleece grefier [m]
ceremony of washing of the feet on maundy thursday mandato [m]
marriage ceremony yugo [m]
ceremony of taking the veil velorio [m]
useless ceremony requilorios [m/pl]
ceremony of burial obsequias [f/pl]
without ceremony con franqueza [adv]
without ceremony con toda libertad [adv]
stand upon ceremony gastar en cumplimientos [v]
stand upon ceremony andarse en cumplimientos [v]
Idioms
for ceremony por ceremonia [adv]
(a room) be adorned for an act of ceremony estar de respeto [v]
marry in a civil ceremony casarse por lo civil [v]
Speaking
don't stand on ceremony no andes con miramientos
don't stand on ceremony pónganse cómodos
don't stand on ceremony no seas tan formal
don't stand on ceremony no seas ceremonioso
Colloquial
get married in a civil ceremony casarse por lo civil [v]
stand on ceremony actuar de acuerdo con el protocolo [v]
stand on ceremony andar con cumplidos [v]
marry in a civil ceremony casarse por el civil [v] MX DO CL UY
wedding without ceremony bodijo [m]
adult male who typically performs a role attributed to a woman in a ceremony or social task damo [m] CL
ceremony of confusion ceremonia de la confusión
Phrases
without ceremony sin ceremonial
without ceremony sin ceremonia
with a great ceremony con una gran ceremonia
Law
preside over a marriage ceremony presenciar un matrimonio [v] VE
get married in a civil ceremony casarse por lo civil [v]
swearing-in ceremony ceremonia de juramento
swearing-in ceremony jura de bandera
civil ceremony ceremonia civil
marriage ceremony ceremonia matrimonial
graduation ceremony acto de grado VE
graduation ceremony acto de graduación
opening ceremony acto de inauguración
handover ceremony acto de relevo ES
marriage in a civil ceremony matrimonio civil
marriage in a religious ceremony matrimonio religioso
Politics
naturalization swearing-in ceremony ceremonia de juramento de naturalización
opening ceremony ceremonia de apertura
inaugural ceremony ceremonia inaugural
closing ceremony ceremonia de clausura
inaugural ceremony ceremonia de inauguración
Education
degree ceremony recepción profesional MX
graduation ceremony recepción profesional MX
Engineering
groundbreaking ceremony ceremonia de colocación de la primera piedra
Aeronautics
naming ceremony ceremonia de bautizar un avión
Maritime
launching ceremony ceremonia de botadura
Nautical
naming ceremony bautizo [m]
Religion
religious ceremony función [f]
ceremony of taking the veil velo [m]
offering ceremony to ward off evil spirits ebó [m] CU
(in santeria) offering ceremony to ward off bad luck embó [m] CU
religious ceremony in which an image of a saint from a household altar is brought on a procession to other houses during 9 days rosario cantado [m] DO PR PY rur.
religious ceremony where representations of jesus and the virgin are carried separately through local streets topón [m] PA
Bullfighting
alternative ceremony alternativa [f]
Folklore
andean ceremony in which alcohol is sprinkled on new or recently acquired items as an offering to mother earth or pachamama challa (del quechua) [f] BO:W,C,S
propitiatory community ceremony in homage to pachamama or mother earth, carried out on certain dates or dates considered important challaca [f] BO AR:Nw
one of the three dances performed during the sarandunga ceremony as part of the san juan festival capitana [f] DO
propitiatory community ceremony in honor of pachamama or mother earth carried out on specific important dates corpachada [f] BO AR:Nw
ceremony to start a vicuña hunt kacha kuna [f] AR:N rur.
lenca ceremony in which prayers, offerings, and animal sacrifices are offered to the spirits or gods devoción [f] HN
indigenous lenca ceremony where thanks are given to the spirits or deities with prayers, offerings, and animal sacrifices obligación [f] HN
ritual ceremony in which witch doctors or healers distribute objects on a table or table cloth while reciting prayers mesada [f] PE:Se
ceremony where some communities help build the house of friends or family, ending with placing a cross on the roof safacasa [f] PE rur.
lenca ceremony agradecimiento [f] HN:W
ceremony in which the godparents cut the child's first lock of hair and offer it to the virgin rutucha [f] BO:C,W
lenca ceremony reverencia [f] HN
traditional ceremony in which a llama or alpaca is sacrificed and its blood spread on the ground and its heart buried in order to ensure successful crops vilancha [f] CL rur.
ceremony of offering to the earth in andean religious practices despacho [m] PE
popular ceremony that marks that start of carnival and during which the symbolic items buried the year before are dug up desentierro del carnaval [m] AR:Nw rur.
secular-religious ceremony that takes place in coastal ecuador on christmas eve chigualo [m] EC:W
ceremony consisting of spraying alcohol on the ground that is carried out the weekend after carnival carnaval chico [m] AR
ceremony consisting of spraying alcohol on the ground that is carried out the monday of carnival carnaval chico [m] BO
(among the mapuches) a ceremony in which they pray to the rain deity bonanza guillatún [m] CL AR:S
(among the mapuches) a ceremony in which they pray to the rain deity bonanza nguillatún [m] CL AR
ritual ceremony and prayers in the place where someone died in an accident nahuite [m] SV
ritual ceremony and prayers in the place where someone died in an accident levantamiento de la cruz [m] SV
ritual ceremony and prayers in the place where someone died in an accident levantamiento de sombra [m] HN
ritual ceremony and prayers in the place where someone died in an accident levantamiento del espíritu [m] HN SV
ritual ceremony and prayers in the place where someone died in an accident levantamiento del ánima [m] HN SV
ceremony where llama and vicuña ears are marked with flowers or ribbons as a symbol of fertility, (floramiento) enfloramiento [m] BO CL:N,Nw
(among the mapuches) a ceremony in which they pray to the rain deity bonanza nguillatún [m] CL AR
mapuche ceremony in which they pray to the deity of rain or good weather nguillatún [m] CL AR
initiation ceremony of an abakuá plante [m] CU
ceremony of the meeting of two saints from neighboring towns held on the border recibimiento [m] HN NI
lenca ceremony rezo [m] HN:W
ancestral custom where after a ceremony a couple begin to live together without getting married with parents permission serviñaco [m] AR:Nw
ancestral custom where after a ceremony a couple begin to live together without getting married with parents permission serviñacu [m] AR:Nw
ancestral custom where after a ceremony a couple begin to live together without getting married with parents permission serviñakuy [m] AR:Nw
ceremony in which the godparents cut the child's first lock of hair and offer it to the virgin rutuchi [m] BO:S
ceremony in which the godparents give a child his/her first haircut typically in a party organized by the parents to offer to the virgin, in rural communities umarutuco [m] BO:W,C
lenca indigenous ceremony where prayers, offerings and animal sacrifices are offered to spirits and divinities tributo [m] HN
lenca indigenous ceremony where prayers, offerings and animal sacrifices are offered to spirits and divinities agradecimiento [m] HN:W
ceremony held a few days before carnival tincunaco [m] AR:Nw
ceremony held a few days before carnival tincunacu [m] AR:Nw
ceremony held a few days before carnival, where several men and women pretend to meet and complain about themselves publicly to be consecrated as friends topamiento [m] AR:Nw