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epigraph
American English: /ˈɛpəˌɡræf/
British English: /ˈɛpɪɡrɑːf/

Translation of epigraph in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • The epigraph could be seen clearly on the pillars and walls.
    Example sentences
    • The satirical structure and style of the novel are suggested by an epigraph from Mark Twain's travel book.
    • Each of the twelve poems in the third section of the book sports an epigraph from a Emerson essay.
    • The epigraph, a quotation from Dante, further obscures the atmosphere.

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