Spanish Word for carnival  

English Word: carnival

Spanish Word: carnaval
The Spanish Word for carnival
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Translated sentences containing 'carnival'
Jaime says the Carnival was lot of fun, and that he'd never had such a good time before.
Dice Jaime que el Carnaval estuvo muy alegre, que se divirtió como nunca.
Jaime says in his letter that he's having a good time at the Carnival.
Dice Jaime en su carta que se está divirtiendo mucho en el Carnaval.

It is just that when you are here, it is carnival every day that Parliament is in session.
Simplemente lo que pasa es que cuando usted está aquí, es carnaval todos los días que el Parlamento se reúne.
In opting for a constituency week at this stage, you ought to have made it coincide with carnival week instead of the week prior to it.
Si hubiera que decidir esto ahora, la semana blanca debería colocarse en la semana en que se celebra el carnaval y no en la anterior.
Mr Langen, I know that you are tabling an amendment this afternoon to ensure that Parliament is not in session during carnival time in Germany.
Señor Langen, sé que esta tarde usted va a presentar una enmienda que asegure que el Parlamento no se reúne durante la época de carnaval en Alemania.
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