- 1 1.1 (of flowers) ramo (m); (small) ramillete (m)More example sentences1.2 (compliment) elogio (m), flor (f)
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- I was presented with a lovely bouquet of flowers, given a gift voucher to spend and someone took me round the store in a wheelchair.
- As a symbol of the temple's gratitude Her Majesty was presented with a large bouquet of flowers and a ceremonial sword.
- All three were presented with bouquets of flowers.
- Use the comments function to throw bouquets and brickbats, if you feel like it.
- ‘We have learnt to live with the bouquets and brickbats, which we realise to be part of our occupational hazard’, he adds.
- After all the bouquets must come the brickbats.
- 2 (of wine) bouquet (m), aroma (m)More example sentences
- The fact that esters are formed at different rates, some of them reaching equilibrium only after decades, helps to explain the changes in wine aroma and bouquet during ageing.
- As a precaution, I had scented toilet paper stuffed up my nose, but the bouquet still came on like a rotten gauntlet across the snout.
- The great outdoors murders a fine wine's bouquet and strong-tasting barbecue fare ruins the restrained, delicate flavours of expensive bottles.
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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.