Translation of diamanté in Spanish:


estrás, n.

Pronunciation /ˌdiəmɑnˈteɪ//dɪəˈmɒnteɪ/


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    estrás masculine
    strass masculine
    • I've got a peacock-green number, a black thing with loads of diamanté, and a shiny silver one with a dangerously low neckline.
    • We can shape it into a heart, if you like, or we can apply diamanté round the edges.
    • Juliet Dunn is another designer who has sharpened up the caftan by using diamanté or sequins alongside the expected swirls of embroidery.
    • Otherwise, diamanté, marcasite, enamel and coloured faux gems of every kind all look good.
    • I take the word of V & A curator Claire Wilcox that the safety pin dress is superbly tailored, but up close it looks even tackier than I had imagined, ditto the blue satin number studded with diamanté, once worn by Diana, Princess of Wales.
    • There's even a small selection of products for the hen and stag dos, including T-shirts featuring key words in diamanté on the front such as ‘Sexy bridesmaid’ and ‘Groom's mother’.
    • Deborah Allen, from Darlington, had diamanté on her flamboyant hat, on her pink strappy sandals and even at her fingertips - but then she does own a nail bar.