Translation of Pascua in English:
nombre femenino/feminine noun
- 1.1 (fiesta de Resurrección) Easter el día de Pascua Easter Sunday, Easter Day de Pascuas a or en Ramos [familiar/colloquial] once in a blue moon [familiar/colloquial] estar como or más contento que unas Pascuas [familiar/colloquial] to be over the moon [familiar/colloquial] hacerle la Pascua a algn [familiar/colloquial] to mess up sb's plans [familiar/colloquial] y santas pPascuas [familiar/colloquial] and that's/that was that 1.2 (Navidad) Christmas 1.3 (fiesta judía) Passover
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