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well-appointed
Pronunciation: /ˌwɛləˈpɔɪntɪd/

Translation of well-appointed in Spanish:

adjective predicative well appointed

  • (kitchen/house/office)
    bien equipado
    muy completo
    Example sentences
    • There are 59 well appointed rooms (in four different room categories) with rich wood furnishings and classic polished floors.
    • Rooms are well-appointed and meals are included.
    • Many of its 460 well-appointed rooms, all in contemporary style, have great views of Parliament and the London Eye.

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