Translation of motto in Spanish:
noun/nombre (plural -toes)
- 1.1 (of family, organization, school) lema (masculine), divisa (feminine) live for the moment, that's my motto vive el momento, ese es mi lemaExample sentences1.2 (British English/inglés británico) (in cracker — wise sentence) máxima (feminine); (— riddle) adivinanza (feminine); (— joke) chiste (masculine)
- His family motto epitomises the Giffards' traditional love of hunting.
- Mark and I have also developed many skills over the years so make do and mend is a bit of a family motto.
- Above a door he spots a shield with the Montgomerie family motto - ‘Guard Yourself Well’.
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