Translation of bevy in Spanish:


grupo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɛvi/

nounplural bevies

  • 1

    (of people)
    grupo masculine
    • A bevy of Party spokesmen went on television interview programs Sunday to justify the advertising campaign.
    • Filling in their sound with a bevy of horns, keyboards and synthesizers, the explosive troupe leaves a larger than life impression on their audiences.
    • His popular soul classics band continues to impress with a bevy of autumn gigs around the county.
    • A bevy of white-shirted staff hovered around us, thrusting into our hands rather scruffy menus, more suited to the takeaway side of the business than the restaurant.
    • My children are in the unusual position of having only one cousin - on the other side of the globe - and a bevy of doting, but nevertheless, childless aunts and uncles.
    • I made sure they met some of the club's regulars who are from Mexico, as well as a bevy of beautiful models who speak Spanish.
    • A bevy of consumer products fill our everyday lives.
    • Some of the country's top models joined a bevy of our own local beauties on the catwalk recently for a charity fashion show in aid of the Day Care Centre.
    • The English playwright has made an impressive career producing a bevy of hard-hitting, didactic and experimental plays.
    • Millions of dollars are raised from developers, financial institutions, media moguls and a bevy of corporate heavy weights.
    • Maybe the 53-year-old singer looks a little out of place standing among a bevy of beautiful models in a music video.
    • We were set to shoot the gambling scene where I - a wonderfully decadent aristocrat surrounded by a bevy of beauties - am fleeced.
    • A bevy of local dignitaries lunge forward to meet and greet.
    • She rode onstage astride a motorbike, a bevy of similar bikes swarming around her shiny, gold, spandex-clad form.
    • A bevy of serial artistes, including film stars, share experiences with viewers in another programme.
    • Everyone in the cast was superb, a bevy of attractive young girls and handsome young men who could all sing, dance and act with such enthusiasm.
    • It is one of the most anticipated shows of the week, and lures a bevy of TV and print journalists from all over the world.
    • With that said, there's a bevy of new beat-friendly nights coming up for your summer amusement.
    • Voter interest was sparked by both the unexpected calling of the election and a bevy of celebrity candidates.
    • Apart from enriching a bevy of lawyers, the tribunals have yielded little.
  • 2

    (of birds)
    bandada feminine
    parvada feminine Mexico