Narciso translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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narciso

  
      sm  
1      (Bot)   narcissus  
  narciso atrompetado, narciso trompón   daffodil
2    (=presumido)   narcissist  


Narciso         sm   Narcissus
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
permítanme presentarles a don Narciso Gómez exp.
allow me to introduce Mr Narciso Gómez (to you)

Entry related to:presentar

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
the daffodils are beginning to come up now
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'Narciso' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
narciso trompetero
"Narciso": examples and translations in context
Pero lo llamaba Narciso, su cara era tan divina. But I called him Narcissus, so divine was his face.
Se llama Narciso negro y es de las tiendas de la marina. He said it was called Black Narcissus, from the Army and Navy Stores.
Verás el primer narciso en la colina. You will see the first daffodil, out on the mountain.
Eres tan natural y bonita como un narciso. You're as fresh and as pretty as a daffodil.
Nadie supo que había abandonado a Narciso. No one knew that he had forsaken Narciso.
Y, con el tiempo, nadie recordaba nada bueno sobre Narciso. And in time, no one remembered anything good about Narciso.
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