Translation of Croesus in Spanish:


Creso, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkrisəs/ /ˈkriːsəs/


  • 1

    to be as rich as Croesus ser un Creso
    • Such is the nature of the fledgling Israeli art world that the artist could entertain no reasonable hope of selling it to either a Croesus or one of the major Israeli museums.
    • It's hard for people to weep over some nasty Croesus losing a couple of million.
    • A Croesus who will metamorphose into a philanthropist prepared to take on the giants of industry.