Translation of regalia in Spanish:
- the mayor was wearing his full regaliayou're in full regalia today, I see [humorous]el alcalde llevaba el traje de ceremoniaasí que hoy vamos de gala or de tiros largos ¿eh?Example sentences
- This man who came was very powerful, in full regalia, very formal, dramatic, articulate in many languages - a Zulu.
- Dressed in full regalia with mitre and crook, Bishop David then led a prayer of thanks for the new school and everyone who worked and studied in it.
- Pius XII is standing, in full regalia; his papal cloak envelops him, draped over his shoulders like a protecting towel as if he had just emerged from a swim.
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