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 Translation for 'mantilla' from English to Russian
NOUN   a mantilla | mantillas
SYNO mantelet | mantilla
одеж.
мантилья {ж}
mantilla
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Translation for 'mantilla' from English to Russian

mantilla
мантилья {ж}одеж.
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Usage Examples English
  • A "peineta", similar in appearance to a large comb, is used to hold up a mantilla.
  • recently more creative designers have been producing full face hat and mask taking the mantilla head dress from Spain as their inspiration.
  • The protocol for papal audiences formerly required that women wear a long black dress with a high collar and long sleeves, and a black mantilla.
  • In the three parades, people wear the traditional garments from Alicante, and, in the Flower Offering, women wear mantilla and they have a bunch of flowers.
  • Women in Exclusive Brethren gatherings wear a headcovering, which is often a headscarf, shawl or mantilla, in keeping with 1 Corinthians 11.

  • She was buried in Madrid in the Almudena Graveyard, with a hair curl on her forehead and a Spanish mantilla.
  • (a formal attire worn by the Privy Council of Sweden) and one of his wife Ulrika Lovisa in a yellow dress and a black lace mantilla.
  • The peineta is usually worn with a mantilla, a veil worn over the head and shoulders. The mantilla is also a common element of some Valencian and Andalusian costumes.
  • In the 1990s, an Irish Catholic priest provoked a controversy by claiming that the president of his country, Mary Robinson, had breached protocol by wearing jewellery and by not wearing black nor a mantilla for an audience with Pope John Paul II.
  • Phullu Punchu (Quechua "phullu" mantilla, "punchu" poncho, also spelled "Phullu Poncho") is a mountain in the Tunari mountain range of the Bolivian Andes which reaches a height of approximately [...].

  • Some processions are accompanied by women who wear mantillas.
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