Translation of candlestick in Spanish:


candelero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkændlˌstɪk/ /ˈkand(ə)lstɪk/


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    candelero masculine
    candelabro masculine
    (flat) palmatoria feminine
    • This figurine was designed as a candlestick, with the holder protruding from the base on either side.
    • Decorate your outdoor space with unusual iron sculpture, tall candlesticks or a variety of potted plants.
    • She had two tall, shapely brass candlesticks that sat side by side on a small table in her entryway.
    • Down the centre were tall black candlesticks with yellow, lit stumps of wax in.
    • I certainly didn't want to spend my time polishing candlesticks and candelabra.
    • It offers a wide variety of Christmas decorations, small gifts such as frames for photographs and figurines, silver candlesticks, candles and non-kitsch trinkets.
    • Two more candles on silver-gilt candlesticks stand at each end of the coffin.
    • Even a candle in a copper candlestick was present.
    • The stolen candlesticks, which are about 8in tall and are painted to look like bronze, were taken from a mantelpiece in the museum's Hearth Gallery, which shows historic fireplaces.
    • Everything was gold and marble: the tables, chairs, candles, candlesticks, and even the outside of the mantel.
    • Instead of boring old scented candles and candlesticks, why not get a friend a candle that actually says something about them?
    • On the table were three candlesticks, the one in the middle being the tallest, and the flames were bright orange.
    • My own tastes run toward dark colors, simple oak antiques, comfortable chairs, brass candlesticks, and interesting but quirky ornaments.
    • Following the recent tragic accident, a beautiful set of candlesticks were donated to the local church by her friends in remembrance of Helen.
    • Communion chalices can cost between £500 and £10,000, with candlesticks worth in excess of £500.
    • Other items stolen from the Holy Trinity Anglican Church included candlesticks, vases, antique tables, a communion vessel and a chalice.
    • His interior pieces on display include medieval banquet tables, slender candlesticks and chandeliers, and mirrors.
    • The candlesticks were made from teak and mahogany generating a two-tone effect and looked very impressive.
    • A feeling of quality about the place was enhanced by the starched white tablecloths and napkins, and silver candlesticks.
    • Tables are laid with fresh flowers and silver candlesticks with fish motifs.