Translation of cavalcade in Spanish:


cabalgata, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkævəlˈkeɪd/ /ˌkav(ə)lˈkeɪd/ /ˈkav(ə)lkeɪd/


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    cabalgata feminine
    a cavalcade of pop stars un desfile de estrellas de la música pop
    • Mr Celoro was buried in a silver-coloured coffin after a motorcycle cavalcade formed his funeral procession.
    • A falconry display, dog agility show and a cavalcade of military vehicles, chiefly from the Second World War era, drew crowds of spectators.
    • The procession included a cavalcade of 60 motorbikes and trikes ridden by friends and family of the grandfather-of-eight.
    • It required a cavalcade of tow vehicles to get the motor cars back to the scrutineering area.
    • There was little enthusiasm to stand and wave flags as a cavalcade of horse boxes bumped past.
    • On Saturday, February 26 the colourful cavalcade of rally cars and their support vehicles will converge on the town of Portlaoise.
    • Rather than tour London in all his pomp, he will be whisked in a motor cavalcade numbering up to 30 vehicles, along the most direct and least visible of routes.
    • Luckily it was summer and the traffic was terrible in the town, so I always managed to convince Mrs Barley that cavalcades of caravans and jack-knifed juggernauts were to blame for the absent hours I spent chatting in Terri's bedroom.
    • The applause swelled as members of the Royal Family left in the seven-car cavalcade, particularly when the young Princes William and Harry passed by.
    • Workaholic Yuwarat shrugs off the need for police cavalcades and security with a certain bravado: ‘I am not afraid of dying.’
    • Scottish monarchs rode through the town in glittering cavalcades, and turbulent priests rubbed shoulders with noblemen in furs.
    • During the six days of the visit he travelled from one end of the country to the other, taking part in miles of motor cavalcades and a succession of huge public services.
    • Three miles from London the cavalcade was greeted by a mass choir of 3000 scholars and clerks from the city which urged him on with a Te Deum laudamus.
    • Hardy travelers can join the next cavalcade on a 15-day journey carrying goods deep into the Thar Desert.
    • On a lighter note there will be a colourful fair, with stalls, minstrels, stilt walkers, jesters and jugglers and a cavalcade of colourful characters.
    • Angry words erupted and the cavalcade was brought to a stop.
    • Most of the hour is a cavalcade of stars showing up live, via remote or pre-tape, to wish King a happy seventieth.
    • The cavalcade of bikers brought with them a special guest - Santa, who had a present for each child on the paediatric ward.
    • The Olympic flame had arrived in Britain at Heathrow Airport at 7am yesterday and was brought to Wimbledon in a cavalcade of cars.
    • The cavalcade arrived back in Newry around 5pm to the sound of music from the public houses in Monaghan Street.