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Significados de "ostentation" en diccionario español inglés : 48 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
ostentation pompa [f]
ostentation ostentación [f]
ostentation atuendo [m]
General
ostentation lucimiento [m]
ostentation boato [m]
ostentation aparatosidad [f]
ostentation demostración [f]
ostentation exterioridad [f]
ostentation guapeza [f]
ostentation aparato [m]
ostentation atuendo [m]
ostentation estrépito [m]
ostentation exterioridades [f/pl]
ostentation bambolla [f] PA UY
ostentation boconada [f] CU DO
ostentation bambolla [f] CU UY
ostentation macanudez [f] CL
ostentation muna muna [f] AR:Nw
ostentation rumbo [m]
ostentation cacharro [m] CU
ostentation faro [m] CU UY
ostentation faranduleo [m] CL
ostentation ostén [m] DO
ostentation piqueteo [m] HN
ostentation autoridad [f]
ostentation exterioridad [f]
ostentation hinchazón [f]
ostentation gentileza [f]
ostentation esplendidez [f]
ostentation jactancia [f]
ostentation montantada [f] disused
ostentation rimbombancia [f]
ostentation presencia [f]
ostentation vanagloria [f]
ostentation vanidad [f]
ostentation aparato [m]
ostentation alarde [m]
ostentation atruendo [m] disused
ostentation fausto [m]
ostentation estruendo [m]
ostentation postín [m]
ostentation toldo [m]
ostentation tren [m]
ostentation ínfulas [f/pl]
Colloquial
ostentation bambolla [f]
ostentation boconería [f] CU DO VE
ostentation bambolla [f]
Archaic
ostentation manifestación [f]

Significados de "ostentation" con otros términos en diccionario español inglés : 9 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
General
make ostentation of ostentar [v]
display or ostentation before a group of people or the media figuereo [m] DO PR
display or ostentation before a group of people or the media figureo [m] NI DO PR
ostentation in dress guapeza [f]
affect ostentation and pomp lozanear [v]
appear with pomp and ostentation pompearse [v]
show (ostentation) tren [m]
Idioms
misery and ostentation hambre y valentía [expr]
Colloquial
someone who affects haughtiness or ostentation or makes a pretentious display principote [m] disused