Translation of sparkler in Spanish:

sparkler

Pronunciation: /ˈspɑːrklər; ˈspɑːklə(r)/

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 (firework) luz (feminine) de Bengala, bengala (feminine)
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    • He told me about how he used to come here every year with his dad to watch fireworks and to light sparklers.
    1.2 (diamond) [colloquial/familiar] [dated/anticuado] brillante (masculine)
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    • Aguilera wore a Christian Lacroix dress and the pair exchanged wedding bands designed by London-based jeweller Stephen Webster, who also created the singer's five-carat diamond sparkler.
    • And Kate eventually set her heart on a £60,000 diamond sparkler.
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    • Wine sales explode in the period between Thanksgiving and New Year's, and some categories, like dessert wines and sparklers, are more popular now than any other time.
    • In addition to low alcohol, this wine shares something in common with two of my favorite Italian sparklers, Moscato d' Asti & Brachetto d' Acqui - residual sugar.
    • You'll find the full range of wines here, from sparklers and minerally whites to full-bodied reds and sweet finishers.

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