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Translation of coronar in English:

verbo transitivo

  • 2
    to reach the top of

also: coronarse verbo pronominal

  • 3
    (Venezuela) [familiar] (tenerlo todo)
    to be set up
    si consigues ese puesto estás coronado
    if you get that job you'll be all set up o you'll have it made o you'll be laughing
Example sentences
  • Fluminense se coronó campeón de fútbol en el cantón general Villamil, Playas.
  • "El marcador no se alteraría y la promoción ""Rudy Gutiérrez"" se coronó campeona del torneo."
  • El portero charrúa estuvo sumamente atento y coronó una noche inolvidable ante los argentinos.

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