Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

niebla in English:

1. mist mist

A mist hung over the river.
The mist prevented him from seeing very far.
The mist from the sea was so thick I couldn’t see anything.
A boat suddenly appeared out of the mist.
As the sun rises, the morning mist gradually fades away.
In looking through the mist, I caught a glimpse of my future.
The rising sun dispelled the mist.
I perceived an object looming through the mist.
The valley was hidden from view in the mist.
Everything was covered in dense mist.
Mist is defined as a large mass of water vapor in the air consisting of fine drops of water, or a fine spray of liquid. An example of a mist is a very light spray from a hose.
On winter mornings, there’s always some mist above the lake.
Simply open them and they will show you the mist.
She put the phone down for a moment, eyes misting over.
The anger that I had built up in me until then evaporated like a mist hit by the sun.

English word "niebla"(mist) occurs in sets:

Tunnel of Love (Dire Straits) - Traducida
Fichas del libro - "Poems" (Iris Tree)
Fichas del libro - "Castilian Days" (John Hay)
Fichas del libro - "The Guardians" (Irving Cox)
Fichas del libro - "Song-Surf" (Cale Young Rice)

2. mist's mist's

English word "niebla"(mist's) occurs in sets:

Fichas del libro - "Northwest!" (Harold Bindloss)
Fichas del libro - "The Mother of Parliaments" (Ha...
Fichas del libro - "A Sailor in Spite of Himself" ...
Fichas del libro - "The Spell of Scotland The Spel...
Fichas del libro - "Sturdy and Strong How George A...