Translation of myriad in Spanish:

myriad

Pronunciation /ˈmɪrɪəd//ˈmɪriəd/

adjective

literary

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    the myriad varieties of butterfly los miles / millares de tipos de mariposas
    • Their story is one of the myriad untold stories about this country.
    • All in all, the myriad choices offer extreme varieties for the look of your character - making it almost certain that your look will be unique.
    • Suspended from the ceiling, and casting the only light in the room, were myriad red lanterns constructed from the same silk to suggest various familiar objects.
    • It's a global cookbook, providing myriad rice recipes from a diverse set of cooking traditions.
    • These include a myriad assortment of insects, arachnids, rodents, and the occasional raccoon.
    • Both men eagerly explored and shared their myriad talents with all those fortunate enough to know them as family members, friends, colleagues and students.
    • Lighted candles of myriad colors gathered in a large circle, and a stick of incense stood in the center.
    • As they approached the facility, Peter could tell how large the entire installation was by the myriad lights scattered across the compound.
    • James could have picked any one of the myriad number of small towns to relocate to, but he was secretly hoping to see Charlotte again.
    • Almost certainly, the causes are myriad and varied.
    • Check out the myriad DIY lighting systems available in local garden centres and DIY stores for this very purpose.
    • The games seem simple, but the myriad ways of betting and sheer number of games to play can be daunting.
    • On our visit the restaurant was decked out for the festive season, with myriad glinting fairy lights and the obligatory sprinkling of canned snow around the windows.
    • Your week's best strategy would be focussing those myriad abilities on one primary project, rather than dividing and scattering them over a dozen different endeavours.
    • The scenery surrounding me was so picturesque, so grand that it took my breath away even though I'd seen it a myriad number of times before.
    • Explaining what a card is to a blackjack computer given the myriad number of possible designs is not easy.
    • The ongoing debate over gay marriage has evoked myriad opinions from numerous points of reference.
    • It misses the point that we are indeed multi-faceted creatures, driven by myriad goals, desires and values.
    • The reasons for their hesitancy are myriad - as diverse as the facilities themselves.
    • By contrast, the compounds of calcium have a myriad number of uses.
    • Ham radios can send messages on multiple channels and in myriad ways, including Morse code, microwave frequencies and even email.
    • In the evening I hang out with a myriad assortment of interesting characters.

noun

literary

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    miríada feminine literary
    myriads of tiny white flowers miríadas de florecillas blancas literary
    • Cook and his crew marvelled at the dense forests and the myriads of birds as they sailed along this coast.
    • But there are a myriad of issues to be resolved next.
    • From the earliest days of childhood, the brain is subjected to a myriad of input, from countless sources.
    • Healthy, well-cared for long locks are not only extremely gorgeous, they offer a myriad of styling options.
    • These databases are usually spread across a myriad of tables sharing multiple relationships.
    • News that two young East Yorkshire men are set to become dot com millionaires will provoke a myriad of reactions.
    • Hundreds of events have been organised including a myriad of workshops, themed walks, concerts, performances and films.
    • I have a host of acquaintances, a myriad of contacts, but no one besides Lucas I can call a real friend.
    • Again, water surges from the dark cave under the myriads of mountains.
    • There are countless different religions claiming a myriad of truths.
    • These trades churned out in ever more massive quantities a myriad of small objects for personal and domestic adornment and use.
    • Between these extremes are a myriad of topics that might work if properly presented.
    • The Civil War has generated a myriad of publications that address the interests of its devotees.
    • A myriad of historic details adds to the story's verisimilitude.
    • These and the thousands of similar stanzas have been recited by myriads of Arabs for hundreds of years.
    • There are countless types available in a myriad of colors, shapes, and sizes.
    • They jumped over countless hedges and a myriad of small streams and barbed wire, all set up to prevent what was happening now.
    • For a while it was uncomfortable outdoors because of the myriads of tiny flying insects.
    • I now do my computer work surrounded by my small garden and myriads of trees in all directions.
    • Africa starts with 53 nations loaded with a myriad of problems and needs.