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angel
American English: /ˈeɪndʒəl/
British English: /ˈeɪndʒ(ə)l/

Translation of angel in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (Religion) the angel of death
    el ángel exterminador
    Example sentences
    • Vera is so touching that she tears at your heart and clouds your judgment as to whether she is an angel of mercy or an angel of death.
    • Flapping his great wings like a real angel of death come for the new-born he inhaled deeply, his eyes becoming two gleaming points in the dark sky.
    • He sends forth the angels as His messengers, with two, three or four pairs of wings.
    Example sentences
    • Ultimately, demons are the manifested expression of our fears, while angels - and spirit guides, etc - are as real as us and are with us to help us grow.
    • They were my family's angels and they watched over my kids so they didn't have to be taken into care.
    • Perhaps he really does need an angel watching over his career, especially after splitting from his regular co-writer Guy Chambers.
    Example sentences
    • For instance, in order to draw an angel, a pure soul in heaven, Frank Floreani shows a child's head with wings attached to the neck.
    • Depending on what potentiality he develops, he may become a plant, an animal, a celestial being, an angel, or he may even be unified with God himself.
    • The third comprises the angels, whose law is Celestial.
    1.2 (term of endearment) See examples: thanks, darling, you're an angel
    gracias cariño, eres un ángel or un cielo
    be an angel and finish this for me
    sé bueno y termíname esto
    (before noun) angel face (as form of address)
    1.3 (Theater)
    productor, (-tora) (masculine, feminine)

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