- 1.1 [event/marriage/arrival] anunciar we regret to announce … lamentamos tener que anunciar … has our flight been announced yet? ¿han anunciado ya nuestro vuelo? the mayor will announce the winner el alcalde dará a conocer el nombre del ganador a fanfare announced the Queen's arrival una fanfarria anunció la llegada de la reinaMore example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (declare) anunciar I'm leaving, he announced — me voy —anunció 1.3 [guest] anunciar please announce yourself at reception when you arrive tenga la bondad de presentarse en recepción al llegar 1.4 (foretell) anunciar black clouds announced rain nubarrones anunciaban lluvia 1.5 (AmE) [Rad] [TV] comentar
- The butler announced the arrival of the Archers' dinner guests for that evening.
- We're going to be announcing some special guests - is that enough of a clue?
- Today, for example, I had to announce a guest conductor - the esteemed Henry Chas.
- Normally this happens at a regional airport after they've announced your flight has been delayed for a few hours.
- Even though the speaker system was obviously working so well, the destination station was not announced.
- They announce the next station, and the train begins to slow down.
- 1.1 [Rad] [TV] she announces on the Voice of America es locutora de la Voice of America 1.2 (declare candidacy) (AmE) [Pol]to announce (
forsth) anunciar su ( or mi etc) candidatura ( aalgo) he announced for the presidency anunció su candidatura a la presidenciaMore example sentences
- This is his fifth and final World Cup, as he has announced his retirement and intention to spend more time with family.
- Confirmation of this fact was announced by the Minister for Communications, Marine and Natural Resources.
- When the Crown Office announced the move, its statement failed to declare the men's innocence.
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Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province.