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chandelier
American English: /ˌʃændəˈlɪr/
British English: /ˌʃandəˈlɪə/

Translation of chandelier in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • It used to light up a room better than a crystal chandelier that used thirty light bulbs.
    • The light from candlelit chandeliers cast a soft and erratic glow upon her skin.
    • A hundred strings and chains dangled candle lamps and small chandeliers at about ten foot.

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