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sunset
American English: /ˈsənˌsɛt/
British English: /ˈsʌnsɛt/

Translation of sunset in Spanish:

noun

  • at sunset
    a la caída de la tarde
    Example sentences
    • Those who believe that the technology is fading into the sunset have not done their homework.
    • It's more than likely that coverage of this deal will disappear into the sunset, which is a shame as the lessons learnt here would be useful to many others who should have looked before they leapt.
    • Two years earlier I had had my first glimpse of another great dance diva in her sunset years - the 60-year-old Martha Graham.

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