An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (excellent)
a. espléndido
Let's bake a cake for grandma's birthday. - What a splendid idea!Vamos a hornear un pastel para el cumpleaños de la abuelita. - ¡Qué idea espléndida!
b. magnífico
I was presented with a splendid opportunity to finish my doctorate and get paid at the same time.Se me presentó una magnífica ocasión para terminar el doctorado y ganar algo al mismo tiempo.
c. maravilloso
Barry makes a splendid meal. I'm very much looking forward to Sunday's dinner.Barry prepara comidas maravillosas. Estoy esperando la del domingo con ganas.
2. (grand)
a. espléndido
A woman dressed in white led her through the splendid rooms of the palace.Una mujer vestida de blanco la condujo a través de las espléndidas salas del palacio.
b. magnífico
The town has a splendid cathedral and picturesque streets.La ciudad cuenta con una magnífica catedral y calles pintorescas.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. espléndido(a)
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splendid [ˈsplendɪd]
(magnificent) espléndido; magnífico; (excellent) estupendo; magnífico
he has done splendid work ha hecho una magnífica labor; splendid! ¡magnífico!; ¡estupendo!; in splendid isolation en total or absoluto aislamiento
And now she has the perfect retreat where she can mourn his death in splendid isolation. Although La Rondinaia is a Baedeker stop on the itineraries of many of the rich and famous, Vidal and Austen live there most of the time in splendid isolation
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