Translation of marble in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 uncountable (Mining) a marble-topped tableuna mesa de mármolExample sentences1.2 countable (Art)
escultura (feminine) /estatua (feminine) de mármolExample sentences
- She walked through her kitchen and down the hall to the foyer, which was complete with white marble flooring and a crystal chandelier.
- The room was painted pearl white which happened to match the polished marble floor.
- The floors were made from highly polished white marble that appeared to be as new as the day it had been set down.
- Within that huge space, the marbles will be arrayed around the outside of a rectangular structure that is the same length and width as the Parthenon.
- Of the outstanding figures of the period, Henry Howard, 2nd Earl of Arundel, was the first to collect marbles seriously.
- Sciberras excels in his evaluation of evidence and in technical matters such as the precise identification of all the various marbles.
- 2 countable (Games) to play marblesjugar a las canicasjugar a las bolitas (South America)for all the marbles (US) that defeat was for all the marblesesa derrota fue decisiva or definitivato lose one's marbles [colloquial] [humorous]perder la chaveta [colloquial]the old man's lost his marblesel viejo está reblandecidoel viejo ha perdido la chaveta [colloquial]to pick up one's marbles (US) [colloquial]tirar la toalla or la esponja [colloquial]Example sentences
- For Irving, I bought a one dollar sack of glass marbles.
- Drive-by vandals hurling rocks and marbles at glass shopfronts are forcing business owners to fear for their safety and bear the cost of thousands of dollars in repairs.
- Fill martini glasses with BBs or marbles, leaving 1/2 inch at the top of the glass.
- Outdoor games like marbles, jacks, hopscotch not only occupy your kids, they will also strengthen coordination skills.
- Pupils at Seend School did most of the organisation for the event themselves and thought of ideas for games, including a treasure hunt, marbles and lucky dips.
- She kept herself busy playing whip a top, hoopla, marbles, hopscotch, hide and seek and oranges and lemons.
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