Translation of beautify in Spanish:


embellecer, v.

Pronunciation /ˈbjudəˌfaɪ//ˈbjuːtɪfʌɪ/

transitive verb

  • 1

    • The hundreds of chemicals used by farmers to control pests, improve production and beautify fruit and vegetables leave residues that end up on our tables.
    • This was also the man who accompanied the camp commandant to a children's home which was carefully beautified and decorated for the benefit of the delegation by drawings on the usually bare walls.
    • The British brought in gardeners from the Kew Gardens to help beautify the layout, and added the Glass House, based on the Crystal Palace, London.
    • He was angry over the idea of Vermont spending $50,000 on rock chipping to beautify a stone formation after a road was cut through it.
    • Regardless of what these paintings represent, they are almost always intended to beautify their site or the surrounding area.
    • Cosmetics companies pay a lot of attention to developing products to beautify eyes, such as mascara, eye shadow, eye liner and eyecare creams.
    • For instance some people believe shoes and sandals remain unnoticed or that they are the last option required to beautify one's looks.
    • Druh Farrell, are working to reframe the project into an urban renewal by improving pedestrian access and beautifying the street.
    • The Beautifying Association has been hard at work beautifying the town centre with paving and plantings and developing McLean Park where you could stop for a picnic under the beautiful trees.
    • While the cleanliness of the parks has been raised to the highest level for the Habba, special plants are being used to beautify the entrances and stage areas.
    • Experts have criticized this practice and said the ‘chop-head trees’ looked ugly and had little effect in beautifying the environment.
    • Beauty salons are polluting the water as they beautify people's appearance.
    • Lawns, shrubs and decks require periodic treatment to beautify their appearance and enhance the beauty and value of your home.
    • Only a few short years ago this handsome Boucherville buck was working as a welder, building the structures that hold all that cute billboard advertising you see beautifying our city and its surrounding highways.
    • The Japanese donation will support a Kathmandu Metropolitan City project to improve the environment and beautify the site.
    • Billions of rupiah have been spent to beautify the National Monument Park and improve sidewalks in the center of town.
    • Its effort is particularly laudable, for it is aimed at conserving nature as also beautifying the city, without disturbing the natural surroundings.
    • City folks are eagerly awaiting the proposed project to beautify the Putherikandam maidan adjacent to the Gandhi Park, which will add to the beauty of the Fort area.
    • Other cities such as Kitwe, Ndola and Livingstone would automatically follow suit and subsequently also beautify their territories too.
    • The head of the IOC recently suggested that the Greeks stop worrying about beautifying the city and concentrate on completing the big construction and transport projects.