Translation of grandeur in Spanish:


grandiosidad, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡrændʒər//ˈɡrænˌdjʊr//ˈɡrandjə//ˈɡran(d)ʒə/


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    grandiosidad feminine
    esplendor masculine
    • It has all the pomp and grandeur of a Roman general marching into war with his troops.
    • And he really enjoyed the glory and grandeur, you know, of being treated like a head of state.
    • What makes his work memorable is this ability to observe people as they exhibited all their grandeur and flaws.
    • The West Indian islands became the hub of the British Empire, of immense importance to the grandeur and prosperity of England.