Traducción de November en Español:


noviembre, n.

Pronunciación /nə(ʊ)ˈvɛmbə//noʊˈvɛmbər//nəˈvɛmbər/


  • 1

    noviembre masculino
    see also January
    • The centre is open from March to November but it is best to avoid the crowded summer months.
    • The Indian section of the tour is likely to take place in October and early November this year.
    • On November 13 last year she ran away and got help from a local resident who called the police.
    • Snatching purses was not what anyone might have predicted we would be doing on a cold November night.
    • In November last year she sold four of her works at a charity auction at the Pretoria Zoo.
    • The campaign will be run by North Yorkshire police between April and November this year.
    • I like the way cooking lets you celebrate the seasons - makes you think back to Novembers gone by - ones in my mom's kitchen for instance.
    • I remember the sun shining through it but I'm sure this is a fanciful distortion, as Novembers in York are not known for their cloudless skies.
    • It was a pretty extreme outfit considering the fact that Novembers in Blue Canyon were brutal.
    • Harriet Feinglass has spent the last week frantically searching for the man she met many Novembers ago at a Sunday night dance in New York.
    • Fewer people failed breath tests in Essex last month than in November last year.
    • The Christmas party season, another sub-industry of Christmas, begins in September as I found out when starting to plan a staff party two Novembers ago.
    • The November that followed wasn't the best November in my life, but then, I am not a fan of Novembers anyway, because I am not a fan of autumn.
    • The second run of salmon occurs in the Autumn just prior to spawning in November and December.
    • For instance, there are 366 days between Saturday, November 20, 2055 and November 20, 2056, because 2056 is a leap year and February 29, 2056 lies between the two Novembers.
    • It was a cold November day and I had real trouble finding the entrance to the quarry.
    • In November last year, Maddy broke down as she told her twin that she didn't want her marriage to fail.
    • Unfortunately, but typical for British Novembers, there were no freezing temperatures and no sign of any snow.
    • He left Thorn Park last November after two months off sick, and joined an agency in March.
    • Several Novembers ago, off the coast of Greenland, the captain of a fishing vessel was puzzled by one of the fish caught in the boat's gill nets.