Translation of Christmas in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈkrɪsməs/


  • Navidad (f), Pascua (f) (Chi, Per) I saw her at Christmas la vi en or para Navidad, la vi para la Pascua (Chi, Per) we spent Christmas in Rome pasamos la Navidad or las Navidades or (Chi, Per tb) la Pascua en Roma merry o (BrE also) happy Christmas! ¡Feliz Navidad!, ¡Felices Pascuas! (before n) Christmas box (BrE) aguinaldo (m) (propina que se da en Navidad a los proveedores, los recolectores de residuos etc) Christmas cake pastel (m) de Navidad (pastel de frutas cubierto de mazapán y azúcar glaseado) Christmas card tarjeta (f) de Navidad, tarjeta (f) de Pascua (Chi, Per) , crismas (m) (Esp) Christmas carol villancico (m) Christmas cracker (BrE) sorpresa que se abre durante la comida de Navidad Christmas Day día (m) de Navidad or (Chi, Per tb) de Pascua Christmas dinner comida (f) de Navidad Christmas Eve Nochebuena (f) Christmas party celebración (f) navideña Christmas present o (esp AmE) gift regalo (m) de Navidad or (Chi, Per tb) de Pascua Christmas pudding (esp BrE) pudding (m) de Navidad (hecho a base de frutas confitadas y coñac) plum pudding (m) Christmas rose eléboro (m) Christmas stockingmedia o calcetín en que se colocan los regalos de Navidad Christmas time la(s) Navidad(es), la Pascua (Chi, Per) Christmas tree árbol (m) de Navidad or (Chi, Per tb) de Pascua
    More example sentences
    • On hearing about financial problems striking firemen may face this Christmas, a boy persuaded his mum to buy some gifts for their children.
    • He was also thinking about all those Christmases the soldiers had spent away from their families.
    • McDonald said that very generally, he wanted to appeal to women on nights out to take particular care this Christmas.

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Santería is a religious cult, fusing African beliefs and Catholicism, which developed among African Yoruba slaves in Cuba. Followers believe both in a single supreme being and also in orishas, deities who each share an identity with a Christian saint and who combine a force of nature with human characteristics. Rituals involve music, dancing, sacrificial offerings, divination, and going into trances.