- 1 (hand-held) abanico (masculine)More example sentences
- Well-prepared with umbrellas and caps, spectators waved fans or improvised from whatever was at hand to fight the heat.
- I presume she thought the rarity of the day justified her unorthodox behaviour in an era when ladies were expected to remain giggling behind their fans.
- How do you walk downstairs in heels, waving giant fans, singing a song, looking at these guys like you love it.
- 3 (shape) abanico (masculine)More example sentences
- Then it stood tall, unfolding its wings to their full fan of circle and began to shimmer the wing feathers, so that they scattered sunlight like jewels.
- Needles of light, frozen rays, shot out from her back, spreading out like a fan, with a thin light webbing in between each.
- Its big black wings spread like fans across the blazing sky.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo (-nn-)
- (devotee) a jazz fan un aficionado al jazz, un entusiasta del jazz a fan of the Beatles, a Beatles fan un fan or admirador de los Beatles a soccer/an England fan un hincha de fútbol/Inglaterra I'm his biggest fan soy su más grande admiradora (before noun/delante del nombre) fan letter carta (feminine) de un admirador or una admiradora, carta (feminine) de un fan or una fan