Spanish Word for carnation  

English Word: carnation

Spanish Word: encarnado, clavel
The Spanish Word for carnation
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The carnation goes in the corner.
El clavel va en la esquina.

There is a connection between the Carnation Revolution in Portugal, the Rose Revolution in Georgia and the Orange Revolution in Ukraine.
Existe una relación entre la Revolución de los claveles en Portugal, la Revolución de la rosa en Georgia y la Revolución naranja en Ucrania.
If it means celebrating the Carnation Revolution, I am sure, Mrs Figueiredo, that he will reply to you.
Si eso supone celebrar la Revolución de los claveles, estoy convencido, señora Figueiredo, de que le responderá.
Your predecessor came from the daisy, you are a child of the carnation revolution; the 450 million Europeans would not want to usher in chrysanthemums.
Su predecesor venía de la margarita, usted es hijo de la revolución de los claveles; los cuatrocientos cincuenta millones de europeos no quieren abrir la puerta a los crisantemos.
And we caution against a response to terrorism which changes the nature of our society by fettering the freedoms for which you fought in the Carnation Revolution.
Y nos oponemos a una respuesta al terrorismo que altere la naturaleza de nuestra sociedad encadenando las libertades por las cuales lucharon ustedes en la Revolución de los Claveles.
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