- 1to blazon sth forth o abroad pregonar algo a voz en cuelloMore example sentences
- Predictably, the New York Times has enhanced these efforts by blazoning them on Page One.
- Editors who blazon every rumour on their front pages, politicians who hold weekly press conferences on ‘international threat levels’ and policemen who boast their tally of menaces averted are the arms salesmen of terror.
- Newspapers still blazoned headlines on the catastrophe, and articles described the bombing as the work of one man.
- 2 (decorate) (usually passive/normalmente en voz pasiva) to be blazoned
withsth estar* bordado or recamado dealgo [literary/literario]More example sentences
- At Fonthill the crest and the thirty-six quarterings of Beckford's full coat-of-arms were blazoned on the carpets and painted glass windows.
- He touched the entwined dragons that were blazoned onto his skin.
- Why would an occasional fisherman say this of a boat that a well-meaning NGO - its name blazoned on the side of the boat - gave him a few months ago?
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
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