Translation of nobility in Spanish:

nobility

Pronunciation: /nəʊˈbɪləti/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1 (class) nobleza (feminine) the nobility la nobleza
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    • Around this castle were the smaller houses of lesser nobility and the members of court.
    • Instead, they were answerable to a complex of hereditary or franchise jurisdictions in the hands of the feudal nobility.
    • The night of 4 August also transformed the character of the French nobility.
  • 2 (of appearance, action) nobleza (feminine)
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    • Such a limitation requires a strong breed of man, however, with a quality of character and nobility of soul.
    • The basic premise of the story is that noble birth doesn't guarantee a noble person and nobility can be present in the most humble peasant.
    • Yes, let's take the classics and teach about nobility, honor, character, courage, commitment.

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