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epitome
American English: /əˈpɪdəmi/
British English: /ɪˈpɪtəmi/
, /ɛˈpɪtəmi/

Translation of epitome in Spanish:

noun

  • (embodiment)
    (typical example)
    she is the epitome of kindness
    es la bondad personificada or la personificación de la bondad
    hers is the epitome of a healthy lifestyle
    la suya es el arquetipo de la vida sana
    he is the epitome of a gentleman
    es el perfecto caballero
    Example sentences
    • Helen's older sister Jenny is the epitome of the perfect Mum.
    • He was described by the man who nominated him for the award as ‘the epitome of quality leadership in the modern educational era’.
    • Truly, Jun was the epitome of a perfect leader for anyone and everyone to follow and Chase readily admitted to that - a thing that he seldom did.

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