Translation of ornament in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 countable/numerable (object) adorno (masculine)Example sentences1.2 c and u (decoration) [formal] adorno (masculine), ornamento (masculine) [formal] the walls were bare of ornament las paredes estaban desnudas
- The last bed had stuffed animals on it and the desk was covered with little ornaments.
- There was a lovely black fireplace and a tall bookshelf filled with books and small ornaments.
- A fireplace was against one of the walls, its mantle also covered in little brass ornaments.
- An integral part of the decorative scheme of the dishes was the now erased heraldic ornament.
- The relationship between Gothic ornament and literature can be quite striking.
- Banished under Modernism, it has something to do with decoration and ornament.
- 2 [Music/Música] (usually plural/generalmente en plural) floritura (feminine)Example sentences
- Extracting the ornaments from the musical texture will greatly assist students in the polishing process.
- Hasse begins with a simple melody which is varied and embellished with intricate ornaments that make it memorable.
- Purcell's first seven pieces introduce various fingering combinations, simple ornaments and key signatures.
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