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noble

noble

adjective

noble
[ˈnəʊbəl]
sustantivo
1. noble (sustantivo masculino)
adjetivo
2. noble (birth, person); noble, magnánimo(a) (sentiment, act); grandioso(a) (building, sight)

noble [nou-bel]
adjetivo
1. Noble, hidalgo, que pertenece al cuerpo de la noblez
adjetivo
2. Noble, insigne, esclarecido, majestuoso.
3. Noble, elevado, sublime.
4. Magnífico, generoso.
5. Liberal.
sustantivo
6. Noble, la persona que pertenece a la noblez
adjetivo
  • They are of noble extraction -> son de noble alcurnia, o de sangre azul
  • To make noble -> ennoblecer
  • Noble metals -> metales nobles, es decir, el oro, la plata y el platino

noble [ˈnəʊbl]
adjective
nobler (comparative)noblest (superlative)
1 (by birth) noble; [+title] de nobleza
2 (generous, praiseworthy) magnánimo; generoso
noun
noble (m); aristócrata (m); (abbreviation) hidalgo (m);
modifier
the noble art (n) el boxeo
noble rot (n) [of wine] podredumbre (f) noble
noble savage (n) buen salvaje (m)
...a visionary who saw the New World as paradise and the native population as noble savages

noble
adjective & masculine or feminine noun
1. noble
  • los nobles -> the nobility

noble [no’-blay]
adjective
1. Noble, of noble extraction, high-born.
2. Illustrious, eminent, conspicuous, magnific, magnifical, generous.
3. Honorable, respectable.
  • Estado noble -> nobility
noun
4. Nobleman. (m)

noble
adjetivo
1 (aristocrático) noble
2 (honrado) noble
3 [+madera] fine
nobleman/noblewoman
los nobles the nobility
singular
; (s)
the nobles

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