There are 2 translations of glory in Spanish:

glory1

Pronunciation: /ˈglɔːri/

n (plural -ries)

  • 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (fame) gloria (feminine) I mustn't take all the glory, everybody helped el mérito no es solo mío, todos me ayudaron she deserved more of the glory than she in fact received se merecía más honores de los que de hecho recibió I'm entitled to bask in a little reflected glory tengo derecho a disfrutar un poco del triunfo ajeno to cover oneself with o (in British English also/en inglés británico también) in glory cubrirse* de gloria
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    • He also delighted in seeing the girls team achieve such honour and glory over the past five years.
    • For club and county it is about bringing honour and glory to one's native heath, family, friends and neighbours and the people you were brought up with.
    • The heroic deeds of this brave and noble Irishman have brought honour and glory to his native land.
    1.2 uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable (beauty, magnificence) esplendor (m), gloria (f) its former glory su antiguo esplendor, su antigua gloria and there in all its glory was our old Chevrolet y ahí estaba, en todo su esplendor, nuestro viejo Chevrolet the glory of the system is that … lo espléndido or lo maravilloso del sistema está en que …
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    • Work has begun to return a Scarborough beauty spot to its former glory with a £100,000 facelift by engineers.
    • We work very hard to restore this magnificent building to its former glory and this is a very obvious setback.
    • The great Chinese traveller Huien Tsang visited this place and wrote of its glory and beauty.
    1.3 uncountable/no numerable (praise) gloria (feminine) glory to God in the highest gloria a Dios en las alturas glory be! (as interjection/como interjección) [dated/anticuado] ¡bendito sea (el Señor)! 1.4 uncountable/no numerable (heaven) gloria (feminine) to be in one's glory estar* en la gloria
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    • As Jesus prays, heaven's glory opens and God's Spirit-dove descends upon him.
    • They experience spiritual bliss and divine glory according to their individual spiritual capacities.
    • This is an example of the ways in which Satan and his followers attempt to mimic the glory and splendor of heaven in hell.

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There are 2 translations of glory in Spanish:

glory2

vi (-ries, -rying, -ried)

  • to glory in sth/-ing (be proud of) enorgullecerse* de algo; (in an unpleasant way) vanagloriarse de algo; (take pleasure in) disfrutar de algo; (in an unpleasant way) regodearse con algo she gloried in her rival's pain se regodeaba con el dolor de su rival
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    • Citizens of a newly formed Protestant nation that gloried in its hard won independence from Catholic Europe, they painted not for rich nobles, but for the common man.
    • Others take pride in an array of quality cookware, or glory in the grunt under the bonnet.
    • In Johnson's England ambitious politicians had been cloaking themselves in patriotism since the 1730s, and George III himself had begun his reign glorying in the name of Britain.
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    • He is politically incorrect, and glories in it with ecstatic gloat.
    • She relished combat and gloried in opposition.
    • Black-eyed and skeletal, she seemed to be almost glorying in her predicament.

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Word of the day moto
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Cultural fact of the day

The variety of catalán spoken in the Balearic Islands is called mallorquín. Some people regard it as a separate language from Catalan, which enjoys official status, but it is not officially recognized as such.