Translation of titivate in Spanish:


adornar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈtɪdəˌveɪt/ /ˈtɪtɪveɪt/

Definition of adornar in Spanish

transitive verb

  • 1

    to titivate oneself acicalarse
    • In the meantime, the review, a fine piece, primps and titivates my fancy, in much the same way that a sorbet readies the palate before the main course arrives.
    • Wigs for the dolls are imported ready styled, but of course they can be titivated to suit and the long wigs can be plaited.
    • It was nice to get home in the daylight, and have time to titivate the garden before tea.
    • If we're recovering furniture, go for a sensible (no, it's not a dirty word) hard-wearing fabric and titivate the look with cushions.
    • She started titivating, moving the furniture slightly, adjusting the curtains.