Translation of kaleidoscopic in Spanish:


caleidoscópico, adj.

Pronunciation /kəlʌɪdəˈskɒpɪk//kəˌlaɪdəˈskɑpɪk/


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    • Sunsets are followed by immediate sunrises and the kaleidoscopic effects on the horizon, with the colours ranging from pale pink to fiery orange, are a photographer's delight.
    • Multi-coloured twisted frills of crepe paper were suspended from wall to wall covering the ceiling like a kaleidoscopic canopy.
    • Cascading waterfalls, rapid rivers, serene lakes, craggy mountains, secret caves, bountiful seas, kaleidoscopic coral reefs and scenic islands all offer something for each individual.
    • As the engine revved, the traditional fireworks were unleashed and the skies exploded, kaleidoscopic.
    • A kaleidoscopic wall behind the sushi bar draws people into this Japanese restaurant.
    • The vibrant palette of beach paraphernalia, stripes on windbreaks and seaside rock translates with ease into kaleidoscopic designs in fused glass.
    • I tried out one of the goggles and was treated to a rather nice kaleidoscopic vision of brightly-coloured cubes slowly rotating around.
    • It's all so dazzling as to be kaleidoscopic in its beauty and swirling confusion.
    • Look closer: the bow is encrusted with millions of kaleidoscopic jewel anemones.
    • Grouper, anemonefish and small morays jostled for position in this kaleidoscopic garden of coral, with some brightly coloured nudibranchs and small shrimp adding to the mix.
    • A child's revolving lantern projects kaleidoscopic images of brightly colored animals on a bedroom wall.
    • Often in a palette of blue, red, black and white, these kaleidoscopic paintings have been related to the intricate stained-glass windows of Rhenish cathedrals.
    • Visitors surrender to the kaleidoscopic vision by lying on large fabric-covered mattresses, like lily pads or the rubbery leaves of a tropical plant, which cover the church floor.
    • In places it is punctured by bollards and peeled back to form benches, revealing glazed voids packed with multi-coloured fluorescent tubes that scintillate seductively with kaleidoscopic light.
    • The feeling is a little like having just walked into a kaleidoscopic abstract painting.
    • But the couple could see the potential behind the floral wallpapers, printed borders and kaleidoscopic carpets.
    • From our seats in the bleachers, we stared west, hoping that another kaleidoscopic Florida sunset would add symbolic luster to this most American rite of passage.
    • The stage lights, which had started out in orange and purple, switched to green and purple, then pink and red, before becoming kaleidoscopic in effect.
    • The camera seems to move in and out of the body in bursts of kaleidoscopic color.
    • Within changing environments created by dramatic lighting effects, kaleidoscopic clusters appeared and dissolved.