There are 2 main translations of noble in English:

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Compounds

noble bruto

sustantivo masculino
  • [literario]el noble bruto
    the horse
    palmeó al noble bruto
    he patted his noble steed
    [literario]
Example sentences
  • Estudiar cada uno de estos componentes ayudará a encontrar los caminos necesarios para nuestra noble profesión.
  • Consideraban que ningún noble podía imponer nada a otro noble.
  • Surgirá ahí el genio y la inteligencia de ese noble pueblo.

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