Translation of bombshell in Spanish:

bombshell

bomba, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɑmˌʃɛl//ˈbɒmʃɛl/

noun

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    (shocking news)
    bomba feminine
    bombazo masculine informal
    it came as a bombshell fue un bombazo informal
    • a blonde bombshell una rubia explosiva
    • One of them looked up at the approaching sight of the blonde bombshell in a short skirt and black leather jacket wrapped tight around her very arousing figure.
    • To Walter's surprise he ends up with the stunningly beautiful Nadia, a blonde bombshell who seems personable and level-headed.
    • The blonde bombshell stayed in the Burlington Hotel last night before flying back to London today.
    • I awoke to find myself lying next to the blonde bombshell who was sleeping peacefully in my arms.
    • The hockey star seemed a little overprotective of his blonde bombshell, going so far as to give an autograph seeker the evil eye and a few choice words.
    • Just days after he announced he'd stay leader for as long as the party wanted him the prime minister dropped a bombshell.
    • Just as the season is about to start they have dropped a bombshell with these guidance notes.
    • At just 19, the actress has filled the shoes of Hollywood legends and reinterpreted the blonde bombshell for a new century.
    • But when the gas central heating packed in, insurers dropped a bombshell.
    • The Yorkshire captain has dropped a bombshell by announcing his retirement from first class cricket.
    • Last Wednesday the Minister for Social Development and Employment dropped a bombshell on the horizon.
    • Though it obviously wasn't Marilyn herself posing for the camera, the king-size bed she chose to lounge on was previously owned by the blonde bombshell.
    • This point was highlighted by contributors to the documentary, who indicated that an articulate and intelligent woman lay underneath the blonde bombshell.
    • Three weeks later, and one week before the union election, the President ‘dropped a bombshell,’ as the Miami New Times put it.
    • Almost as soon as the train departed, the conductor dropped a bombshell.
    • I move on to the projections that were released as something of a bombshell last week.
    • While keeping an eye on Marilyn Monroe (whom Sinatra had put up at one of his LA pads), Jacobs is propositioned by the the blonde bombshell.
    • The publication in November 2001 triggered the anticipated bombshell.
    • Of course, when you are a blonde bombshell, there are bound to be white knights coming out of the old-world woodwork.
    • A month later, bosses dropped a bombshell by announcing that the factory was too old and would have to close, with the loss of 500 jobs.
    • The Wanderers boss dropped a bombshell when he sent an email to every club in Britain, making seven of his players available for transfer.
    • Then, the other night, while drunk, depressed and emotionally lost (for various reasons), she dropped a bombshell on me.
    • The blonde bombshell picked up the wriggling puppy and folded him under her arm.
    • Lupin and his boys are saved from capture by a blonde bombshell and an Indian in a wheelchair.
    • But then Sadesky drops his own bombshell: the Russians have designed and built a Doomsday Device as a deterrent.
    • Blonde bombshell Turner was his third wife for about six months, gorgeous brunette Gardner, his fifth for about a year.
    • These recommendations are not bombshells; they are mostly common sense.
    • Bosses dropped a bombshell on employees just weeks before Christmas, announcing the company would shut because it was trading at a loss.
    • The Blues boss dropped a bombshell earlier this season when he said he intended to quit when his current contract runs out in the summer of 2006.
    • After this week's fuss over news we can expect bigger and more explosive bombshells in future.
    • Later on, photographers caught up with her again, and the blonde bombshell loudly declared, ‘I love New York!’
    • Naomi smiled and the blonde bombshell snootily followed her, without giving a backward glance.
    • Then Dave dropped a bombshell - he quit calling and started seeing another girl.
    • She is the object of their often distracted attentions, a blonde bombshell and all-around American girl.
    • So you can imagine their shock when just minutes after their daughter Harriet was born doctors dropped a bombshell.
    • Suzie, who impersonates the blonde bombshell for a living, dressed up as the screen icon for a day at the races.
    • Rhos of course, wore only black, being the blonde bombshell she was.
    • Instead, she released an explosive bombshell in the courtroom.
    • Her treatment of the role was Marilyn Monroe to the core, except Louise has a far better voice than the blonde bombshell.
    • It's the blonde bombshell's battle for big bucks.