Translation of vigil in Spanish:

vigil

Pronunciation: /ˈvɪdʒəl; ˈvɪdʒɪl/

n

  • 1.1 (watch) [liter or journ] vela (f) to keep (a) vigil over sth velar sobre algo we must keep a constant vigil debemos mantenernos siempre alertas
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    • A mourner, fallen asleep in a late-night vigil, awakes the next morning to find that not only are his trousers missing, but the corpse has been stolen as well.
    • But when I came and kept vigil in his armchair while he lay on his left ribs, his back rolled around him like an exoskeleton, all night I stared at his books neat in their shelves.
    • In the old days families kept vigil and ate little ‘Soul’ cakes.
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    • N.O.W. was planning to hold a candlelight vigil outside the jail where Yates is being held.
    • The local authorities' campaign headquarters plans to hold protest vigils outside the treasury every few days, each time representing two different municipalities.
    • On March 27, about 200 teachers and students from the Wellington and Hutt Valley regions staged a protest vigil outside parliament.
    1.2 [Relig] vigilia (f)

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