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  • 1 aristócrata

    m.
    1 aristocrat, gentleman, noble, blue blood.
    2 aristocrat, gentlewoman.
    * * *
    1 aristocrat
    * * *
    noun mf.
    * * *
    * * *
    masculino y femenino aristocrat
    * * *
    = aristocrat, patrician, noble, nobleman [noblemen, -pl.], noblewoman [noblewomen, -pl.].
    Ex. While some libraries served merely as a fashionable expression of the current predilection for collecting, there were genuine book lovers among aristocrats as well.
    Ex. The patrician and merchant Hans Heinrich Herwart (1520-83) was one of the foremost collectors of musical sources in the 16th century.
    Ex. The nobles had always claimed a preference for advancement in the army, the navy, the church, and the parliaments.
    Ex. He was assassinated by noblemen who feared that his licentious manner and ignorance would undermine the monarchy.
    Ex. It is no coincidence that what literary and artistic works by women have survived are by noblewomen.
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    masculino y femenino aristocrat
    * * *
    = aristocrat, patrician, noble, nobleman [noblemen, -pl.], noblewoman [noblewomen, -pl.].

    Ex: While some libraries served merely as a fashionable expression of the current predilection for collecting, there were genuine book lovers among aristocrats as well.

    Ex: The patrician and merchant Hans Heinrich Herwart (1520-83) was one of the foremost collectors of musical sources in the 16th century.
    Ex: The nobles had always claimed a preference for advancement in the army, the navy, the church, and the parliaments.
    Ex: He was assassinated by noblemen who feared that his licentious manner and ignorance would undermine the monarchy.
    Ex: It is no coincidence that what literary and artistic works by women have survived are by noblewomen.

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    aristocrat
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    aristócrata sustantivo masculino y femenino
    aristocrat
    aristócrata mf aristocrat
    ' aristócrata' also found in these entries:
    English:
    aristocrat
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    aristocrat
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    m/f aristocrat
    * * *
    : aristocrat

    Spanish-English dictionary > aristócrata

  • 2 noble

    adj.
    noble.
    los nobles the nobility
    m.
    1 nobleman, man of nobility, noble.
    2 noblewoman, woman of nobility.
    * * *
    1 (gen) noble; (madera) fine
    1 (hombre) nobleman; (mujer) noblewoman
    1 the nobility sing
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    1. noun mf.
    nobleman / noblewoman
    2. adj.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=aristocrático) noble
    2) (=honrado) noble
    3) [madera] fine
    2.
    SMF nobleman/noblewoman

    los noblesthe nobility sing, the nobles

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    I
    a) <familia/ascendencia> noble

    un caballero de noble linaje — (liter) a knight of noble lineage (liter)

    b) ( bondadoso) noble
    c) < animal> noble
    d) < madera> fine
    II
    (m) nobleman; (f) noblewoman

    los noble — the nobles, the nobility

    * * *
    = noble [nobler -comp., noblest -sup.], lofty [loftier -comp., loftiest -sup.], gallant, high-minded, patrician, noble, nobleman [noblemen, -pl.], noblewoman [noblewomen, -pl.].
    Ex. The bookseller is concerned with a more noble form of merchandise than any other and he is thus an aristocrat among traders.
    Ex. Librarians across the world should set themselves the lofty task of striving to create a global society in which people enjoy peaceful coexistence.
    Ex. This was an untenable state of affairs and he made a gallant effort to secure librarians and library boards from the possibility of such suits.
    Ex. The conference produced a high-minded, challenging agenda for the library community in the coming year = El congreso elaboró un programa lleno de retos y de principios muy elevados para la comunidad bibliotecaria en el año entrante.
    Ex. The patrician and merchant Hans Heinrich Herwart (1520-83) was one of the foremost collectors of musical sources in the 16th century.
    Ex. The nobles had always claimed a preference for advancement in the army, the navy, the church, and the parliaments.
    Ex. He was assassinated by noblemen who feared that his licentious manner and ignorance would undermine the monarchy.
    Ex. It is no coincidence that what literary and artistic works by women have survived are by noblewomen.
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    * gas noble = noble gas.
    * * *
    I
    a) <familia/ascendencia> noble

    un caballero de noble linaje — (liter) a knight of noble lineage (liter)

    b) ( bondadoso) noble
    c) < animal> noble
    d) < madera> fine
    II
    (m) nobleman; (f) noblewoman

    los noble — the nobles, the nobility

    * * *
    = noble [nobler -comp., noblest -sup.], lofty [loftier -comp., loftiest -sup.], gallant, high-minded, patrician, noble, nobleman [noblemen, -pl.], noblewoman [noblewomen, -pl.].

    Ex: The bookseller is concerned with a more noble form of merchandise than any other and he is thus an aristocrat among traders.

    Ex: Librarians across the world should set themselves the lofty task of striving to create a global society in which people enjoy peaceful coexistence.
    Ex: This was an untenable state of affairs and he made a gallant effort to secure librarians and library boards from the possibility of such suits.
    Ex: The conference produced a high-minded, challenging agenda for the library community in the coming year = El congreso elaboró un programa lleno de retos y de principios muy elevados para la comunidad bibliotecaria en el año entrante.
    Ex: The patrician and merchant Hans Heinrich Herwart (1520-83) was one of the foremost collectors of musical sources in the 16th century.
    Ex: The nobles had always claimed a preference for advancement in the army, the navy, the church, and the parliaments.
    Ex: He was assassinated by noblemen who feared that his licentious manner and ignorance would undermine the monarchy.
    Ex: It is no coincidence that what literary and artistic works by women have survived are by noblewomen.
    * gas noble = noble gas.

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    1 ‹familia/ascendencia› noble
    un caballero de noble linaje ( liter); a knight of noble lineage ( liter)
    2 (magnánimo) noble
    un gesto muy noble a very noble gesture
    3 ‹animal› noble
    4 ‹madera› fine
    Compuesto:
    el noble bruto the horse
    palmeó al noble bruto he patted his noble steed ( liter)
    masculine, feminine
    A ( masculine) nobleman
    los noble the nobles, the nobility
    B ( feminine) noblewoman
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    noble adjetivo


    b) madera fine

    ■ sustantivo masculino y femenino (m) nobleman;
    (f) noblewoman;

    noble
    I adjetivo
    1 (aristocrático) noble
    2 (sincero, honrado) honest, noble
    II mf (hombre) nobleman
    (mujer) noblewoman

    ' noble' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    elevada
    - elevado
    - par
    - proceder
    - señorial
    - solar
    - solariega
    - solariego
    - altivo
    - hermoso
    - metal
    - sangre
    - sublime
    English:
    baron
    - count
    - countess
    - lofty
    - noble
    - nobleman
    - noblewoman
    - dowager
    - lord
    - title
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    adj
    1. [de la nobleza] noble
    2. [sentimiento, causa] noble;
    fue un gesto muy noble it was a very noble gesture
    3. [animal] noble
    4. [metal] noble;
    [madera] fine
    5. [gas] noble
    nmf
    noble;
    los nobles the nobility
    * * *
    m/f & adj noble
    * * *
    noble adj
    : noble
    noblemente adv
    noble nmf
    : nobleman m, noblewoman f
    * * *
    noble adj n noble

    Spanish-English dictionary > noble

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