Translation of December in Spanish:


diciembre, n.

Pronunciation /dəˈsɛmbər/ /dɪˈsɛmbə/

See Spanish definition of diciembre


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    diciembre masculine
    → see also January
    • This time last year we had doom and gloom, and December was the worst month of the year for growth.
    • In December, the society announced it had two months to find the money to save the festival.
    • Like most Decembers in the northern United States, the weather was bitterly cold, and Burdick struggled emotionally because she was over 150 miles away from her family.
    • Tax on gains made in October, November and December will be due by the end of January next year.
    • Mersey has issued profits warnings in the last two Decembers and last week reported in-line first half profits.
    • The Assembly meets from September to December each year and at other times as required.
    • Unlike previous Decembers, where online sales were similar to, or in the case of December 2002, less than the previous month, sales were considerably higher than in November.
    • Three Decembers ago, Fernando realized a personal dream of his own when he bought his parents a new house in a better neighborhood than the one in which they had lived since his youth.
    • But December's gig wasn't just a re-run of previous experiences, although much of the audience would probably have paid just for that.
    • Kansas City is notorious for wet, dreary Decembers, and such a day could make things interesting.
    • Between the Decembers of 2003 and 2004, he has risen to the top of the tree in terms of young Scottish defenders.
    • In December he received a summons to appear in court, only to have the case dropped at the last minute.
    • So, in theory, he could meet the December deadline by simply handing in a blank sheet of paper.
    • The proposals now look likely to be considered for a third time at the December panel meeting.
    • Last December, after a long and expensive legal case, he was found to have broken the law.
    • This would mean an earlier finish to the summer term in July and a later one to the autumn term in December.
    • It had been a very dry fall but about the second week in December it started to rain.
    • Andrew is keen to hear from mums-to-be who expect their baby in the first week of December.
    • We also want to go to Florida and stay in a swish hotel for two weeks in December.
    • We bought it in early December, and it started shedding needles about a week after we got it home.