ncountable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable
- consuelo (masculine) if it's any consolation to you si te sirve de consuelo (before noun/delante del nombre) consolation prize premio (masculine) de consolación, premio (masculine) (de) consuelo (Southern Cone/Cono Sur)More example sentences
- One of the consolations - for gardeners - of the long, wet, dark winter evenings is to sit in front of a roaring fire with seed catalogues and plant lists, and dream of how the garden will look in the summer.
- For this, they remain personal heroes of mine since a close and intimate relationship seems to be one of the chief consolations of growing older, and I worry I lack the requisite skills, or have become stuck in my ways.
- Simply put, his wild imagination and inexhaustible creative energy might have been the only consolations for a life that seemed destined for meek destitution from the start.
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