- 1.1 [Relig] angel canta como los (propios) ángeles he sings like an angel ha pasado un ángelsaid when there is a lull in a conversation que sueñes con los angelitos sweet dreams muchas gracias, eres un ángel thank you very much, you're an angel se ha caído, pobre ángel or angelito he's fallen over, poor thing o poor little darling caer 1.2 (encanto) charm tiene mucho ángel she's very charming o she has a lot of charm
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