glorious in Spanish

Pronunciation
adj. glorioso
Example Sentences
Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat.
Es mucho mejor atreverse a cosas grandes, a ganar gloriosos triunfos aún si son accidentados por el fracaso, que estar entre esos pobres espíritus que viven en la penumbra gris ajena de la victoria o la derrota.
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Our country has a glorious history.
Nuestro país tiene una historia gloriosa.
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This is certainly a glorious day.
Verdaderamente hace un día magnífico.
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We had a glorious time.
Lo pasamos de maravilla.
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He was checked in his transports by the churches ringing out the lustiest peals he had ever heard. Clash, clang, hammer; ding, dong, bell. Bell, dong, ding; hammer, clang, clash! Oh, glorious, glorious!
El alegre repiqueteo de las campanas de las iglesias le sorprendió en medio de sus arrebatos. —¡Oh! hermoso, hermoso.
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Running to the window, he opened it, and put out his head. No fog, no mist; clear, bright, jovial, stirring, cold; cold, piping for the blood to dance to; Golden sunlight; Heavenly sky; sweet fresh air; merry bells. Oh, glorious! Glorious!
Fué á la ventana, la abrió y miró hácia la atmósfera. Nada de niebla. Un frio vivo y penetrante; uno de esos frios que alegran y entonan; uno de esos frios que hacen circular la sangre en las venas con desusada rapidez; un sol de oro; un cielo brillante.
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It is certain, that the glorious saints, who delight themselves in the divine vision, do not have more joy than me now in your worthy esteem.
Por cierto los gloriosos sanctos, que se deleytan en la visión diuina, no gozan más que yo agora en el acatamiento tuyo.
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Oh! May God give you what you desire! How glorious it is to hear you; although I do not expect that you will be able to do what you say!
¡O! ¡Dios te dé lo que desseas! ¡Qué glorioso me es oyrte; avnque no espero que lo has de hazer!
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You will be glorious for me if you do this. Tell me at what time?
Gloriosa me serás, si lo ordenas. Di a qué hora.
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predicting for all its divisions most glorious prosperity, a reflex of the Empire, always, provided, of course, that they kept under Germanic influence.
prediciendo a todas ellas una gloria futura, reflejo de la del Imperio, siempre que se mantuviesen bajo la influencia germánica.
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You can be no other than Don Madariaga. "At the service of God and yourself, sir," he responded in the manner of a Spanish countryman. That was the most glorious moment of his existence.
—Usted no puede ser otro que el señor Madariaga. —Para servir a Dios y a usted. Aquel instante fué el más glorioso de su existencia.
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Look here, Frenchy, scoffed Madariaga. "All these are novels and poems! Pure lies!. Hot air!" He had his private library, vastly more important and glorious, and occupying less space.
—Mira, gabacho—decía Madariaga—. Todo versos y novelas. ¡Puros embustes!... ¡Aire! El tenía su biblioteca, más importante y gloriosa, y que ocupaba menos lugar.
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That which he could not forget was his dependent's nobility, constantly making it the subject of new jests. That glorious boast had brought to his mind the genealogical trees of the illustrious ancestry of his prize cattle.
Lo que no podía olvidar era lo de su nobleza, que le daba motivo para nuevas bromas. Aquel relato glorioso había traído a su memoria los árboles genealógicos de los reproductores de la estancia.
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She also referred with much pride to the retired "Oberpedell" which she had in her house, explaining that that meant "Superior Porter." The news about her children was no less glorious.
Además, mencionaba con orgullo al Oberpedell retirado que tenía en su casa, explicando que esto quería decir: «Portero superior». Las noticias referentes a sus hijos no resultaban menos gloriosas.
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an evident desire to retaliate for his times of voluntary humiliation. Everything that he was doing was grand and glorious. He had invested his millions in the industrial enterprises of modern Germany.
un deseo de desquitarse de sus épocas de humillación voluntaria. Todo lo que hacía era grande y glorioso. Había colocado sus millones en empresas industriales de la moderna Alemania.
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in which France had been conquered. Everything in Germany, a monument, a railroad station, a simple dining-room device, instantly gave rise to glorious comparisons.
en que los franceses habían sido vencidos. Todo lo de Alemania, un monumento, una estación de ferrocarril, un simple objeto de comedor, daba lugar a comparaciones gloriosas:
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but he spoke of them as dying gods whose hour had passed. They were glorious ancestors of modest pretensions who had confined their activities to enlarging the frontiers,
pero hablaba de ellos como de dioses moribundos, cuya hora había pasado. Eran gloriosos abuelos, de pretensiones modestas, que se limitaron a ensanchar las fronteras,
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it only recognizes the utility of things. The glorious Bismarck, in order to consummate the war with France, the base of German grandeur, had not hesitated to falsify a telegraphic despatch.
sólo reconoce la conveniencia y la utilidad de las cosas. El glorioso Bismarck, para conseguir la guerra con Francia, base de la grandeza alemana, no había vacilado en falsificar un despacho telegráfico.
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I am waiting to see what the Garibaldis do, said Argensola modestly. "Perhaps I may go with them." This glorious name made military service conceivable to him.
—Yo espero a ver qué hacen los Garibaldi—dijo Argensola modestamente—. Tal vez me vaya con ellos. Este nombre glorioso le hacía tolerable la servidumbre guerrera.
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chewing with loud crunchings the hard pulp to which the grit still adhered. An ensign was shaking the fruit trees using as a catch-all the flag of his regiment. That glorious standard, adorned with souvenirs of 1870,
mascando su dura pulpa entre crujidos de granos de tierra. Un alférez sacudía los árboles frutales, empleando como percha la bandera de su regimiento. La gloriosa enseña, adornada con recuerdos de 1870,
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Synonyms for glorious
1. famous: famed, noted, renowned, celebrated, notable, distinguished, eminent
2. delightful: festive, gratifying, pleasant, admirable
3. splendid: resplendent, magnificent, lustrous, brilliant
Related Spanish Translations
glorious deed ejecutoria
glorious victory Victoria gloriosa
gloriously adv. gloriosamente, loablemente
gloriousness s. algo glorioso, colosal; magnífico