Hay 2 traducciones principales de eve en Español

: eve1Eve2

eve1

víspera, n.

Pronunciación /iv/ /iːv/

Ver definición en Español de víspera

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    (day, period before)
    víspera femenino
    on the eve of the battle la víspera de la batalla
    • on the eve of the French Revolution en vísperas de la revolución Francesa
    • The Programme Officer also gave away prizes and awards to those who stood out in various sports events held on the eve of the World Disabled Day.
    • On the eve of the event, inspired by childhood visits to the famous Levens Hall in Cumbria, Boston began cutting them into pairs of orbs and crosses and crowns.
    • I have heard other stories about weddings being ruined because the dress or cake firm or indeed the reception venue imploded on the eve of the happy event.
    • It's uncanny living in Beijing how it rains on the eve of major events.
    • She also initiated an event on the eve of the road opening, a walk for charity organised by herself for the new road.
    • The idea of having the event on the eve of the Connacht Final was a good one.
    • The former touring car champion hits out at the calibre of some of his rivals on the eve of the big event at Knockhill
    • This threw the program into turmoil as successive candidates were interviewed on the eve of the season.
    • However, there is no room for complacency as these results can be very deceptive on the eve of a major event like the Olympics.
    • The announcement of the cases comes on the eve of the so-called Golden Week Labour Day holiday.
    • And this is on the eve of the holiday season: affected teachers cannot look forward to the loss of income.
    • It was on the eve of the summer solstice, and the harmonics became fully charged.
    • It thus seems appropriate to be celebrating his birthday on the eve of a new millennium.
    • On the eve of my ‘summer’ holidays I find myself in a somewhat odd state of mind.
    • Without it, red tape will strangle plans for the Queen to unveil the memorial on the eve of the 60th anniversary of VE Day.
    • On the eve of New Year's Day, the youngest invited his brothers to dinner.
    • On the eve of his birthday, Christopher proposed to Catherine.
    • Well, it's never too wise to make it look like you're the belligerent warmonger on the eve of mid-term U.S. elections.
    • Detectives hunting a man they want to question about a fire which killed eight members of a family are following up new leads on the eve of the third anniversary of the deaths.
    • Now, on the eve of his leaving the world of professional tennis, he's granted a wild card, allowing him to play his final Wimbledon tournament.
    • It was a blustery winter eve, the sun was sinking into slumber and in the town square, settlers were gathering for a meeting.
    • While probably not worthy of a full purchase, I certainly would recommend this as a rental on a chilly winter eve.
  • 2arcaico, literario

    (evening)
    crepúsculo masculino literario

Hay 2 traducciones principales de Eve en Español

: eve1Eve2

Eve2

Eva, n.

Pronunciación /iv/ /iːv/

nombre

  • 1

    Eva