Translation of surpassing in Spanish:


sin par, adj.

Pronunciation /sərˈpæsɪŋ//səˈpɑːsɪŋ//səˈpasɪŋ/



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    (grace/beauty/glory) sin par literary
    (glory/grace/beauty) incomparable
    (wickedness/ugliness) indescriptible
    • Not only are they among the largest and most stately trees on earth, but they thrive in settings of surpassing scenic beauty.
    • Many people know the story of Padmini, the queen of Chittaur, whose surpassing beauty led Alauddin Khilji, the Sultan of Delhi, to wage a ruthless war.
    • They will enter a hall of surpassing beauty, with walls of Douglas fir that flow as elegantly as the lines of a fine instrument, a space as soulful in its way as the cathedral's nave.
    • This has led to some renditions of surpassing corniness, with this year no exception.
    • Frequently incorrect, occasionally even inaccurate, he nevertheless stirs orchestras into producing sounds of surpassing beauty, using wildly unconventional hand movements that even he cannot reproduce when not conducting.