By William Shakespeare
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Additional resources for King Henry VI, Part I (Webster's Spanish Thesaurus Edition)
Horses: los caballos. mannerly: cortés, maneraa, educado, cortésmente. naked: desnudo. purblind: cegato, ciego, medio ciego. shallow: poco profundo, somero, de poca profundidad, superficial. shining: brillante, luminoso. truant: haragán, vago, tunante, novillero, hacer novillos, gandul, faltista habitual, desparecido, ausente injustificado, ausente, ausentarse. tut: eso no, vamos, pche, hacer un gesto de desaprobación, gesto de desaprobación, qué horror, Vaya. unto: hacia. wrangling: reñendo. William Shakespeare 45 PLANTAGENET.
Coward of France, how much he wrongs his fame, Despairing of his own arm's fortitude, To join with witches and the help of hell! BURGUNDY. Traitors have never other company. But what 's that Pucelle whom they term so pure? TALBOT. A maid, they say. BEDFORD. A maid! and be so martial! BURGUNDY. Pray God she prove not masculine ere long, If underneath the standard of the French She carry armour as she hath begun. TALBOT. Well, let them practice and converse with spirits: God is our fortress, in whose conquering name Let us resolve to scale their flinty bulwarks.
THE TEMPLE-GARDEN. ] PLANTAGENET. Great lords and gentlemen, what means this silence? Dare no man answer in a case of truth? Spanish composition: composición. entertain: entretener, entretenemos, entreten, entretened, entretenéis, entretengan, entretengo, entretiene, entretienes, entretienen, entretenga. fair: justo, rubio, mercado, feria, verbena, bazar, equitativo, hermoso. fame: fama, hambre, conocimientos, la fama, gloria. feast: banquete, fiesta. gentlemen: señores. offended: ofendido, injuriado, ultrajado, insultado, delinquido.
King Henry VI, Part I (Webster's Spanish Thesaurus Edition) by William Shakespeare