Translation of suite in Spanish:


suite, n.

Pronunciation: /swit//swiːt/


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    • 1.1(of rooms)

      suite feminine
      the bridal / honeymoon suite la suite nupcial
      • Your loft could be transformed into a new bedroom, bathroom, office study or a suite of rooms.
      • In fact, one of the new rooms will be a suite, with living room, bedroom and loft, as well as a fireplace and a private deck.
      • Three extra consulting and treatment suites are set to be built at the South Woodham Ferrers health clinic, which should allow more patients to be seen in the town.
      • But like all good design, it is functional as well, with training and conference suites as well as office accommodation, a library, an organic café and a retail area.
      • We shared a ‘state room,’ which was actually a suite with a common room, a bathroom, and two smaller bedrooms for us at either side.
      • The hotel will be the first Radisson Edwardian outside London and will have two presidential suites, 18 junior suites and 115 deluxe rooms when it opens in 2004.
      • Students often have free access to university equipment and editing suites.
      • There is now a suite of rooms at Burnley General Hospital where families who have suffered a bereavement can stop over, away from the maternity unit where they used to have to stay.
      • The club's two hospitality suites were brimming full with corporate guests.
      • The suites include a Tivoli suite, seven deluxe suites, 18 courtyard suites and 11 superior rooms.
      • It has its own staff quarters, a leisure suite, library, spiral staircases and a turret - this home is well worth three lifelines
      • She has worked in all parts of Wythenshawe's maternity department, from the ante-natal ward to the delivery suite and special care baby unit.
      • Upstairs there's a game room, a play space, a master suite (with sitting room), three bedrooms, and three baths.
      • As well as a ground floor brasserie seating 50 there is a more formal 110-seater restaurant on the first floor and private dining rooms and suites above that.
      • We slept in a family suite, with two single beds in the bedroom for Gabrielle and Matthew and a pull-down double bed in the lounge for my wife and me.
      • I arrived on Friday night and met with Jerome and one of his associates in a suite of production offices they had reserved for our purposes on the old Columbia Studio lot in Hollywood.
      • We wanted to please the people in the executive suites.
      • Throw in a playroom for kids and a sitting room in the master suite, and before long a house for a family of four has enough living space that no one need ever interact with another again.
      • The kitchen area, which will serve smaller suites of dining rooms, is extensive enough to ensure that guests will not be eating sandwiches.
      • That warm feeling grew when we saw our accommodation: a modern, purpose-built chalet with 10 family suites and a fully equipped nursery.

    • 1.2(of furniture)

      juego masculine
      three-piece suite juego de sofá y dos sillones de sofá y dos sillones
      • bedroom suite (juego de) dormitorio
      • bedroom/dining-room suite (juego de) comedor
      • As well as providing a top class upholstery service they also supply sofas, couches, arm chairs and suites made to the customer specifications.
      • The gallery still houses one of the finest surviving suites of Regency giltwood furniture made to commemorate Lord Nelson and his victories.
      • There is space for a three-piece suite and work desk, so the room could be used as a family room or study.
      • Paul Highsmith said the rubbish outside his premises was not his and that people continued to dump items such as beds, furniture suites and other household waste.
      • These included five TV sets, two luxurious lounge suits, two plush dining room suites, an executive bedroom suite and artworks.
      • A star attraction was a bedroom suite designed by Royal furniture maker David Linley which sold for £19,200.
      • Originally part of a suite of furniture that included ten armchairs, it is now the only surviving one from the group.
      • An example is the suite of ebonized furniture he made for John Taylor Johnston about 1860.
      • The Leather Sofa Company is now the premier arena in the South East for leather sofas, suites, armchairs, recliners and the new vogue - suede and leather cube poufs.
      • In this exhibition, Shed Sutra, Andrew has made a suite of furniture from recycled materials that explore the role of tools in the creative process.
      • It was equipped with a chimneypiece and once had a suite of rustic furniture.
      • Travel furniture from chairs, tables and bookcases to bedroom suites, was in much demand in the late 18th and 19th centuries.
      • For those who came of age with Habitat, he offered alternatives to the dreaded three-piece suites, armchairs with antimacassars and standard lamps with tasselled shades.
      • In Victorian times, by contrast, even mid-level officers began to take whole suites of campaign furniture with them.
      • There are satellite dishes, suites of furniture for sale on the pavements, brightly lit shops selling everything.
      • Many of the furniture suites and individual items are imported but for the past twenty years, the Cane Shop has also manufactured a range of its own pieces.
      • With this it purchased some new furnishings, including a suite of furniture and bed mattresses.
      • In one corner there is a suite of furniture grouped around a stylish coffee table and state-of-the-art television, with a screen that would not be out of place in any Cineplex.
      • The family's purchases from Courts in Staples Corner, London, included a dining table and four chairs, a coffee table, a lamp table, a three-piece suite and a bed.
      • If you ordered the suite of furniture in response to an advertisement in Ireland, the Irish courts have jurisdiction over the matter.

    • 1.3Music

      suite feminine
      • In any case, there are more compelling - musical - reasons why the suite, as Holst conceived it, stands alone.
      • Though they were written for different instrumental combinations, and four separate performing groups, Lang has combined the pieces into a suite.
      • A sinfonia and a final entrée for dancing conclude the suite.
      • The performance of the ballet suite Les Deux Pigeons by French composer Andr Messager was particularly successful; perhaps this idiom is one in which the orchestra feels most secure.
      • It is interpolated from two of his suites for orchestra.
      • Usually, recordings of the score cut it down to a suite of five dances.
      • Taylor's Black Tuesday is a suite of dances set to popular songs from the Great Depression.
      • Her idea was to rearrange the songs into a suite of contemporary classical arrangements that could be performed by a modernist chamber orchestra.
      • Partitas are simply suites of dances, although we shall quickly see that Bach's dances aren't meant for court or rustic dancers.
      • This wonderful suite of dance movements features a variety of styles, such as swing, tango and ragtime.
      • One of the focal pieces of the performance will be a suite by young Grahamstown composer Gareth Walwyn, in commemoration of Youth Day - 16 June.
      • The evening's finale was Dances from Napoli, one of Bournonville's most popular suites of dances.
      • What is the general mood that will prevail in the expression of a Kathak dancer throughout a whole dance suite?
      • The programme will be something of a surprise comprising of a fantasy by Telemann, a suite or partita by Bach and Barry Guy's ‘Inachis’.
      • The beginning, end, and main notes of a musical suite are determined by the maqam.
      • Now with a new CD of his orchestral music, including a 1996 orchestral suite at opus 231, some idea of his industry is apparent.
      • He finished most of the rest (including the original piano piece) as an orchestral suite during the Thirties.
      • It includes a suite of dances from the ballet Paquita which have been reproduced for the company by two stars of the Kirov, Nikita Shcheglov and Veronika Ivanova.
      • His division of works into dance suites and more serious music is essentially the same as Corelli's distinction between sonate da camera and sonate da chiesa.
      • In the second half of the concert, the symphonic suite Carelia by Jean Sibelius and Symphony No.4 in d-moll by Robert Schumann were performed.
      • The first was a lengthy, absorbing narrative; the second, a suite of traditional songs and dances.
      • The suite included two couples in Calliope House, the dance called the Reel of Four and considered the oldest Scottish dance formation.
      • There were suites of dances before, but never one so unadorned in a theatrical sense that became such an emotional journey.
      • In this delightful suite of dances the full range of his talent is on display.
      • And as a godless agnostic/atheist I always have the strongest reaction to the final piece in the suite, Neptune, The Mystic.
      • The CD contains a short string quartet movement, a suite of four pieces for brass quintet, and solo pieces for piano, trombone, and cello.
      • Spring Songs, the little suite of five pieces for treble recorder that opens this disc, lives up to its title.
      • And a suite of modern dances was performed by Santa Clara University students.
      • All sections are given titles, as though the composer had envisaged the work as a suite of character pieces.
      • You come away from the recording of these two complete suites with great respect for the young Frenchman's musicality and technical facility.
      • My piece, ‘Fire,’ from the suite Dance of the Elements, was a tribute to Fuller's old one.
      • In the first year of her tenure, ten years before her death, Primus staged Excerpts From an African Journey, a suite of traditional dances.
      • This is followed by Respighi's The Birds, an orchestral suite which took wing on the basis of pieces written by other composers.
      • He didn't stop at that since he came back to ‘Raymonda’ one more time, in 1973, to create a suite of dances to honour Melissa Hayden at her retirement gala.
      • He encroached on such EMI memorabilia as Menuhin in the Elgar concerto, Artur Schnabel in the Beethoven sonatas and Casals in the Bach suites, which had never fallen out of print.
      • Prokofiev fashioned a suite of six pieces resembling a classical divertimento, but one laced with dissonances, evoking Stravinsky's Octet.
      • The ballet-loving Parisians were given a 20-minute suite of dances at the start of Act Three, which is a harem scene.
      • The late musicologist Christopher Palmer tried to promote this score by arranging a suite from it.
      • Brooks Bruzzese perfectly delineated the sentimentality of Holst's Air and brought high spirited pulse to the suite's concluding Dance.
      • They reshape the festive polyrhythms of a village, a street sound, a rhythm-and-blues tune, or a folk melody into solos, suites, and symphonies.

    • 1.4Computing

      juego masculine
      • By 1998 he had developed a suite of programs covering aspects of various forms of light microscope, some of which are used to teach medical students.
      • The set includes a suite of automatic test programs which are said to be simple to run and give users full flexibility to tailor test applications in their own specific requirements.
      • QMTP is a supplemental suite of programs designed for moving mail over slow connections.
      • Towards the end of the 1980s, standard test program suites were developed to measure processing speed.
      • You also get the Palm suite of organiser and productivity software which you can sync with your PC or Mac via USB.
      • Over the years, IBM Lotus has developed a broad suite of collaborative applications designed to run as part of its core groupware platform.
      • Tumbleweed offers these solutions in three comprehensive product suites: MailGate, SecureTransport, and Validation Authority.
      • At times like this, a suite of office software with a word processor, a spreadsheet and a selection of other handy office tools comes into its own.
      • Soon Scient is expected to announce a new suite of consulting products intended to help its clients navigate the next economy.
      • Test house Schaffner EMC has developed a software suite that can be configured to handle any combination of electrical emission and immunity tests.
      • Sales to mobile phone operators are developing well in Europe and the company continues to develop its suite of products.
      • The financial suite of products is in particular demand, she added, but older technologies such as C + + have fallen largely by the wayside.
      • The Entercept suite is designed to prevent host computer attacks by providing a driver that operates at the kernel level of an operating system or web server.
      • With the 6310i you get a CD with a suite of PC programs which lets you make backups of data and settings.
      • All the programs in the suite have a coherent design, even when you start getting into their more complex settings, and it's in this usability that McAfee is head and shoulders above any of its rivals.
      • Huawei can provide access to a strong suite of data-networking products, such as routers and switches, through its joint venture with 3Com.
      • The company also creates innovative advertising programs that include a suite of digital marketing tools, called ProfiTools.
      • The suite contains the key programs you're likely to need, including word processor and spreadsheet software.
      • For most computer users, Office is the familiar suite of word-processing, spreadsheet, and e-mail software that they use every day.
      • Everyone seems to like the word processor, but other useful parts of the suite include a drawing program and a presentation package.

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    séquito masculine
    comitiva feminine