Translation for 'lavish' from English to Russian
ADJ   lavish | more lavish | most lavish
VERB   to lavish | lavished | lavished
lavishing | lavishes
SYNO lavish | lucullan | lush | ...
щедрый {adj}lavish
unverified обильный {adj}lavish
unverified чрезмерный {adj}lavish
unverified расточительный {adj}lavish
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Translation for 'lavish' from English to Russian

щедрый {adj}

unverified обильный {adj}

unverified чрезмерный {adj}

unverified расточительный {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Home earned the nickname "Queen of Hell" for her "irascible behaviour and lavish parties".
  • Her home in Edinburgh's New Town was the venue for many lavish, colourful, and memorable parties.
  • Behind the scenes, however, there was controversy, some claiming that Cohen's lavish producing style accommodated his own lavish needs better than the fund's.
  • The lead actress cures a wayward young man of his lavish spending.
  • Jean-Bédel Bokassa Jr. was included in his father's lavish coronation of 4 December 1977.

  • In the 1830s, Princess Zinaida Volkonskaya threw lavish parties in this palace.
  • In 1927, he married Hungarian actress Vilma Bánky in a lavish, highly publicized wedding.
  • The life of Champa of that time was described as extremely lavish and peaceful.
  • Peacock Lane is a street known locally for lavish Christmas decorations and displays.
  • Coal executives were treated to candy coal in the 19th century at lavish dinners.

  • On 15 June 2017, the CPI issued a warning to Gopi for attending her daughter's lavish wedding.
  • In the 16th century, the Scottish Earl of Atholl prepared a lavish experience in the Highlands for the visiting King James V and his mother.
  • Filming was well publicized and proceeded on a relatively lavish scale.
  • Within a few years this enterprise became important as well, excelling in lavish publications.
  • Susannah married John Graham Menzies (Jack) in 1887. Their wedding was a lavish affair and is described below.

  • So famous did Lucullus become for his banqueting that the word lucullan now means "lavish," "luxurious" and "gourmet".
  • Azerbaijan's oil wealth has made it possible for the country to host lavish international events.
  • Michael often finds himself intimidated by the lavish lifestyle that Dr. David leads.
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