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Detailed Translations for incense from English to Spanish


incense [the ~] noun

  1. the incense
    el incienso

Translation Matrix for incense:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
incienso incense
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
alterar anger; disturb; enrage; incense; upset alter; change; create; disorder; disorganise; disorganize; glance; interchange; invent; just touch; make; mix up; modify; reform; reshape; rewrite; stir; switch; tag; tangle; tap; tick; touch; touch upon; transform; vary
encolerizar anger; disturb; enrage; incense; upset
interferir anger; disturb; enrage; incense; upset
interrumpir anger; disturb; enrage; incense; upset adjourn; break down; break in; butt in; finish off; glance; hamper; hinder; impede; intercede; interrupt; just touch; kill; murder; obstruct; sever; stir; stonewall; tag; tap; tick; touch; touch upon
turbar anger; disturb; enrage; incense; upset cut peat
- cense; exasperate; infuriate; thurify
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
alterar tamper

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Related Definitions for "incense":

  1. the pleasing scent produced when incense is burned1
    • incense filled the room1
  2. a substance that produces a fragrant odor when burned1
  3. make furious1
  4. perfume especially with a censer1

Wiktionary Translations for incense:

  1. A perfume often used in the rites of various religions

Cross Translation:
incense incienso WeihrauchHarz, welches von Weihrauchbäumen gewonnen wird und bei Verbrennung einen typischen Geruch abgibt
incense incienso wierook — een mengsel van aromatische organische stoffen, dat aangestoken kan worden en dan een als aangenaam beoordeelde geur verspreidt, oorspronkelijk met name de hars (olibanum) van de wierookboom Boswellia
incense incienso encens — Espèce de résine aromatique dont on fait souvent usage dans les cérémonies religieux.
incense excitar hérisserdresser ses cheveux, ses poils, ses plumes, en parlant de l’homme et des animaux.