Translation of outspread in Spanish:

outspread

extendido, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˌaʊtˈsprɛd//aʊtˈsprɛd//ˈaʊtsprɛd/

adjective

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    (wings) extendido
    (wings) desplegado
    with arms outspread con los brazos abiertos
    • Just at that moment a bird passed overhead and dropped something in his outspread hands.
    • They were green tinted with yellow, the color of light shining on the outspread leaves of a forest canopy.
    • Colin sat next to her and she propped her feet on his outspread legs.
    • The old man then looked down, through teary eyes, at the outspread palms of his hands as though they held the source of ultimate evil within their grasp.
    • He stood tall with outspread shoulders and a mildly muscular figure.
    • When hunting, they crawl on their outspread pectoral fins and sift through the sand.
    • The silver chain spilled through my outspread fingers as I moved it over and over again in my hands.
    • He stared back just as incredulously, dropping his outspread arms to his sides.
    • It is held in an upright position by its anchorage of outspread spines.
    • Petticoat tails are Scottish shortbread biscuits, baked in a round, with a characteristic shape resembling that of an outspread bell-hoop crinoline petticoat.
    • All of them, including people, are carved in the same beautiful but grotesque style, with beaks, staring eyes, outspread wings and gaping jaws.
    • There are teddy bears with a friendly demeanour, puppies with endearing looks, comical elephants with outspread ears, energetic monkeys with a cheerful grin, and cherubic children with innocent smiles on their charming faces.
    • They lapped against the outspread hands of a solitary girl, whose dusky hair rose and fell with the water.
    • He put his outspread hand over his chest and I found myself rolling my eyes once again.
    • The statue, with outspread wings and hands raised benevolently, was on a trough where horses drank before pulling their heavy loads up the hill.