- 1.1 /ˈgælənt/ (brave) [literary/literario], aguerrido [literary/literario], gallardo [literary/literario]; [action/deed] valiente; [steed] nobleMore example sentences
More example sentences1.2 /gəˈlænt/ (chivalrous) galante, cortés
- Here he once again proved that he was a brave and gallant soldier.
- There was very little separating the players on the day, but it was young Larry who took the honours from a gallant loser Joe.
- The total figure raised by these gallant ladies on their Sit Out Night in aid of Newry Hospice in December amounted to £2,700 and 1,700 euro.
- The room was very gallant with pale yellow walls and a pink ceiling.
noun/nombre/ˈgælənt; gəˈlænt/ [archaic or hum]
- 1.1 (suitor) galán (masculine) [anticuado o hum] 1.2 (chivalrous man) galanteador (masculine) [anticuado o hum]
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In Spain, a ración is a serving of food eaten in a bar or cafe, generally with a drink. Friends or relatives meet in a bar or cafe, order a number of raciones, and share them.