Translation of pendant in Spanish:

pendant

Pronunciation: /ˈpendənt/

n

  • colgante (m); (before n) [earrings] largo
    More example sentences
    • Gold and silver jewellery pendants, earrings and bracelets in the shape of hearts, have made their appearance.
    • Learn to make all types of jewellery - bracelets, pendants, brooches and rings, easily and affordably.
    • My palm was clammy from holding onto the gold pendant hanging from my neck for so long in the summer temperature.

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