There are 2 main translations of pall in Spanish

: pall1pall2

pall1

paño mortuorio, n.

Pronunciation /pɔl//pɔːl/

noun

  • 1

    (cloth)
    paño mortuorio masculine
    a pall of smoke una cortina de humo
    • to cast a pall on / over sth empañar algo
    • There were immense black plumes at each corner and a black velvet pall covered the coffin.
    • Ultimately, the only recognition Railton received was to see the bloodstained Union Jack he had used as a pall for temporary burials lowered over the coffin of the Unknown Warrior in the Abbey.
    • For his funeral the Archbishop's pall was borne by Sheffield steelworkers to his last resting place in the old churchyard in Bishopthorpe.
    • He had a deep-seated loathing of the panoply of the Victorian funeral: mummers, mutes, plumes, palls, and all.
    • During the mass, they covered the coffin with a pall, some kind of cloth. we took it off on the way out the door to the church, and then draped the American flag over his coffin.
  • 2US

    (bier)
    andas feminine
    parihuelas feminine

There are 2 main translations of pall in Spanish

: pall1pall2

pall2

hacerse pesado, v.

intransitive verb

  • 1

    hacerse pesado
    his jokes began to pall on us sus chistes empezaron a aburrirnos
    • It all falls apart when each gratification palls in the face of mindless repetition.
    • Her first enchantment with the dazzling array had quickly palled.
    • The concept starts to flag after a while, as Max's smooth chat palls before repeated atrocities.
    • But its extravagant sorrows and symphonic self-seriousness soon palled.
    • What never palls, however, is the revelation of lifestyle and the personal family saga.
    • But the atmosphere soon palls as you're forced to follow a predetermined path through ALL the store's departments before you can check out.
    • Oliver becomes someone to whom things happen and his innate goodness and innocence palls when he's surrounded by so many more vibrant and colourful characters.
    • The stories never palled and the joy of reading them never faded.
    • There is, of course, a limit to how gripping a narration of running up a stairway can be, and this over-descriptive style palls after a while.
    • Eating out every night wasn't on, both for financial reasons and because even the best restaurant food palls after a while.
    • But for one man at least, the role of cheerless automaton seems to be palling.
    • Tea has stayed with me as a drug of choice where others have palled or become unobtainable.
    • These days the only things I combine are various sorts of books, something that is good for my liver and, moreover, ensures my reading never palls.
    • But I want only this one night, for I am tired, and the game sometimes palls.
    • Perhaps England is beyond description, a country so unsure of its place in the world now that its present palls in comparison with its imperial past.
    • So when the retail experience palls, you can go on safari.
    • But, surprisingly for someone who has experience of the former Soviet Union, Roxburgh overlooks the fact that the attractions of capitalism have palled for many people in the former socialist bloc.
    • However, I found the noise palled after a while.
    • Occasionally, the sheer weight of detail palls, though Yates's style is always light and accessible.
    • But such intensity quickly palled, and the Fitzgeralds grew disenchanted with the life they were leading.