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peerless
American English: /ˈpɪrləs/
British English: /ˈpɪələs/

Translation of peerless in Spanish:

adjective

  • [literary]
    sin par [literary]
    he is peerless in the role of King Lear
    no hay quien lo iguale en el papel de King Lear
    en el papel de King Lear no tiene par
    Example sentences
    • And while other artists might explore similar ground, the particular glory of Paterson's work is its peerless perfection.
    • But Real's peerless record goes beyond all that, their manifold achievements in the game as a whole transcend jealousy.
    • You experience a thriving mix of Maori, forestry, arts and crafts, a champion Maori rugby team, Tolaga Bay knitwear, peerless beaches and matchless surf.

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