There are 2 translations of sparkle in Spanish:

sparkle1

Pronunciation: /ˈspɑːrkəl; ˈspɑːkəl/

vi

  • 1.1 (shine) [gem/glass] centellear, destellar, brillar; [eyes] brillar their eyes sparkled with happiness los ojos les brillaban de alegría
    More example sentences
    • Her golden hair glistened in the sun, her light blue eyes sparkling brightly.
    • Her light skin sparkled and shined from the sun tan lotion she was wearing.
    • His dark blue eyes sparkled when the light hit them and his hair was damp and stuck to his face.
    1.2 (be lively) [party] estar* muy animado; [conversation] ser* chispeante

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There are 2 translations of sparkle in Spanish:

sparkle2

n

  • 1.1 (no plural/sin plural) (of gem, glass) destello (m), brillo (m); (of eyes) brillo (m)
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    • The girl had bright pink hair that dully caught the light, reflecting a million glittering sparkles.
    • Glittering jewels and sparkles decorated the front of the dress and contrasted the red ruby that hung against her neck.
    • The room is gold and sparkles in the soft light of candles and electricity.
    1.2 uncountable/no numerable (animation) chispa (f), brillo (m)
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    • His cricket and his personality were marked by charm and sparkle.
    • The entire performance was imbued with sparkle and élan.
    • She was tiny, pretty, and vivacious, her sparkle compensating for a lack of education.

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Cultural fact of the day

The variety of catalán spoken in the Balearic Islands is called mallorquín. Some people regard it as a separate language from Catalan, which enjoys official status, but it is not officially recognized as such.