Definición de embellish en inglés:

embellish

Silabificación: em·bel·lish
Pronunciación: /emˈbeliSH
 
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verbo

[with object]
  • 1Make (something) more attractive by the addition of decorative details or features: blue silk embellished with golden embroidery
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Every station is embellished and decorated: delicate stars and hammers and sickles somewhat incongruously scattered about as decorative motifs.
    • Using photos as a starting point, she embellished them with decorative elements like buttons and curled papers.
    • Glass decorated with narrative scenes and with devices appropriated from the classical past were some of the Western decorative motifs used to embellish glass objects.
    Sinónimos
    decorate, adorn, ornament; beautify, enhance, grace; trim, garnish, gild; deck, bedeck, festoon, emblazon
    informal tart up, pimp
    literary bejewel, bedizen
  • 1.1Make (a statement or story) more interesting or entertaining by adding extra details, especially ones that are not true: she had real difficulty telling the truth because she liked to embellish things
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    • And if people don't get the point, then I will simply repeat my windows story, now embellished by light switches, until they do.
    • Over the centuries, after countless retellings, the story has been slightly embellished.
    • The stress deepened her dependence on alcohol, and her amateurish efforts to market her story led her to embellish the details of her espionage.
    Sinónimos

Derivativos

embellisher

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the 1920s British historian Charles Grey savaged the American adventurer as an unhinged embellisher at best, a liar at worst.
  • Americana provides fine active and casual apparel nationwide to promotional products distributors, screenprinters, embroiderers, and embellishers.
  • It's like cleaning up an old painting, if you will, by removing the varnish that's become yellowed and opaque over the years, and reversing the misguided efforts of previous restorers and embellishers.

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French embelliss-, lengthened stem of embellir, based on bel 'handsome', from Latin bellus.

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noun
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