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pomp

Pronunciation: /pɑːmp; pɒmp/

Translation of pomp in Spanish:

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • pompa (feminine), fausto (masculine) pomp and circumstance pompa y solemnidad
    Example sentences
    • The celebration was a grand display of pomp and circumstance led by the students of the school.
    • The very first episode shows a Europe immersed in the grandeur of pomp and circumstance.
    • The event took place with a flourish of military pomp and ceremony, and army officers wore black armbands in memory of the Queen Mother.

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