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Chinese lantern

Translation of Chinese lantern in Spanish:

noun

  • farolillo (masculine) or farolito (masculine) de papel
    Example sentences
    • There are also a variety of lanterns, including multi-colored Chinese lanterns, which create a festive, vintage mood.
    • It's as good as that Sargent painting of the girls lighting Chinese lanterns in a garden.
    • There will be an exhibition informing all about paper such as paper history and technology, workshops on paper recycling, examples of Japanese paper art called Origami, and Chinese lanterns and kites.

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