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solemn

  
   adj  
[person, face]  
serio, adusto  
[warning]  
serio  
[occasion, promise]  
solemne  
he looked solemn      estaba muy serio, tenía un aspecto adusto  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
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exp.
estaba muy serio
exp.
tenía un aspecto adusto
exp.
el discurso fue solemne, como correspondía
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'solemn' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
nm.
solemn tone
nf.
solemn expression
nm.
solemn gesture
exp.
to be very solemn
[Latam] Cono Sur;(MODISMOS)
exp.
the ceremony was very solemn
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"solemn": examples and translations in context
Its appearance is both solemn and relaxed. Su apariencia es a la vez solemne y distendida.
To extend such assistance is a solemn obligation. El hecho de brindar esa asistencia implica una obligación solemne.
But the much younger Godel became increasingly solemn and pessimistic. Pero Gödel, mucho más joven, se volvió cada vez más serio y pesimista.
So a solemn papal pronouncement condemned him. Así que en un solemne pronunciamiento papal, lo condenó.
The place looks gloomy and yet solemn. El sitio tiene un aspecto lúgubre y solemne a la vez.
He saw the white-robed priests performing their solemn ministry. Veía a los sacerdotes de albos vestidos cumplir su solemne ministerio.
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