Semana Santa traducción | diccionario Español-Inglés

Semana Santa n.
Holy Week

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nf.
1) neutral persons who draw the numbers in a lottery (f), 2) neutral person who draws the numbers in a lottery (f)
nf.
Holy See
nf.
1) neutral persons who draw the numbers in a lottery (f), 2) neutral person who draws the numbers in a lottery (f)
exp.
Holy Alliance
nf.
Holy Communion
exp.
the Holy Bible
exp.
rural police
[Hist.]
exp.
to do as one jolly well pleases
exp.
a week later
exp.
in the week
exp.
during the week
adv.
on weekdays
nf.
working week
[BIZ]
exp.
weekdays
exp.
next week
nf.
Whit Week
adv. adj.
twice a week
exp.
midweek flight
exp.
they stayed there a week
exp.
I'm flat broke this week
[Latam] Caribe;(MODISMOS)
exp.
the Holy Shroud of Turin
exp.
Holy Mary, mother of God
exp.
he always does exactly as he pleases
exp.
Juan, as slow as ever ...
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Semana Santa también se encontró en el diccionario Inglés-Español
n.
Semana Santa
[Rel.]
exp.
en Semana Santa
n.
la Semana Santa
exp.
la Semana Santa cae tarde este año
exp.
la Semana Santa cae pronto este año
exp.
las vacaciones de Semana Santa
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semana  

      sf  
1    (=siete días)   week  
entre semana      during the week, in the week  
podemos vernos un día entre semana      we could see each other one day during the week  
vuelo de entre semana      midweek flight  
días entre semana      weekdays  
  semana inglesa   five-day working week, five-day workweek   (EEUU)     
  semana laboral   working week, workweek   (EEUU)     
   Semana Santa          Holy Week
2    (=salario)   week's wages    pl     
SEMANA SANTA     
In Spain celebrations for Semana Santa    (Holy Week) are often spectacular. Viernes Santo, Sábado Santo and Domingo de Resurrección (Good Friday, Holy Saturday, Easter Sunday) are all national public holidays, with additional days being given as local holidays. There are long processions through the streets with pasos - religious floats and sculptures. Religious statues are carried along on the shoulders of the cofrades, members of the cofradías or lay brotherhoods that organize the processions. These are accompanied by penitentes and nazarenos generally wearing long hooded robes. Seville, Málaga and Valladolid are particularly well known for their spectacular Holy Week processions.      
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Consulte también:

semana, semana, fin de semana, fin de semana


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