What does Mitos y Leyendas in Spanish mean?

What is the meaning of the word Mitos y Leyendas in Spanish? The article explains the full meaning, pronunciation along with bilingual examples and instructions on how to use Mitos y Leyendas in Spanish.

The word Mitos y Leyendas in Spanish means myth, myth, legend, legendary man, legendary figure. To learn more, please see the details below.

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Meaning of the word Mitos y Leyendas


nombre masculino (leyenda simbólica)

(noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.)
El mito de la Isla del Coco es tan famoso que muchos todavía sueñan con encontrar el tesoro.
The myth of the Coconut Island is so famous that a lot of people dream with finding the treasure.


nombre masculino (cosa inventada)

(noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.)
Eso que dices es un mito. ¿A quién se le ocurre que por cortarte el pelo por la noche te vas a resfriar?
What you are saying is a myth. Who said you could catch a cold if you got your hair cut at night?


nombre masculino (representación idealizada)

(noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.)
Tras su muerte, se convirtió en un mito de Hollywood.
After his death, he became a Hollywood legend.

legendary man, legendary figure

nombre masculino (coloquial (hombre: leyenda)

(noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.)

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