Translation of venerable in Spanish:

venerable

venerable, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈvɛn(ə)rəb(ə)l//ˈvɛn(ə)rəb(ə)l/

adjective

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    venerable
    • This last factor will weigh particularly heavily with Egypt's Mubarak, now the venerable elder statesman of the Arab world.
    • They don't have the venerable institutions and structures of the two big parties.
    • All of these are venerable human institutions that we recently decided to change.
    • He was also acutely aware of being part a long and venerable exegetical tradition.
    • There is also a long and venerable family tradition of building and constructing.
    • Yes, I did that venerable one a favor; I did what nobody else would.
    • Rather than impose preconceived plans on a venerable company with a distinct culture, he's going to listen first.
    • The venerable Sir Walter Scott, who self-consciously wrote romances, criticized Jane Austen for not being romantic enough.
    • The venerable A-level celebrates its 54th birthday this year.
    • In fact, Eminem seems constitutionally incapable of partaking in hip-hop's most venerable traditions.
    • The thought of making money at the expense of these venerable institutions was hugely tempting.
    • Perhaps the most venerable and prestigious general scientific journal in the world is Nature.
    • Sendmail is one of the most venerable internet software packages still in widespread use.
    • The police are also rediscovering the benefits of some of our more venerable instruments.
    • Eugene, you are from the venerable Catholic tradition, which of course has been around a long time.
    • I wait to see whether an even more venerable Caledonian diver will now come forward.
    • It was a wonderful afternoon, all of us upstarts, edgy and feisty, garnering the imprimatur of the venerable professor.
    • But when that venerable team melted into the sunset, normal service was resumed.