STAGE VOCABULARY – VOCABULARIO DE ETAPA: capital, caricatura, chubasquero…

FOTOGRAMAS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stage Vocabulary

  • Campanada: ringing, bell
    • To emit or cause to emit a sonorous or resonant sound, characteristic of certain metals when struck.
  • Capital: Capital, metropolis
    • The seat of government of a country or other political unit, (as modifier): a capital city.
    • Wealth available for or capable of use in the production of further wealth, as by industrial investment.
  • Caradura: scoundrel
  • Caricatura: caricature, cartoon
    • A pictorial, written, or acted representation of a person, which exaggerates his characteristic traits for comic effect.
    • A ludicrously inadequate or inaccurate imitation.
  • Chubasquero: raincoat
  • Circulación: circulation, traffic
    • The movement of vehicles, people, etc, in a particular place or for a particular purpose.
    • The spreading or transmission of something to a wider group of people or area.
  • Despistar: to mislead
    • To give false or misleading information to.
    • To be lost regarding an issue.
    • To get lost.
  • Donde fueres, haz lo que vieres: when in Rome, do as Romans do.
  • Enhorabuena: congratulations
  • Escándalo: scandal
  • Etapa: stage, phase
    • A portion of a journey or a stopping place after such a portion short for.
    • A distinct step or period of development, growth, or progress.
  • Eventos: events
  • Gremio: guild
    • An association of men sharing the same interests, such as merchants or artisans: formed for mutual aid and protection and to maintain craft standards or pursue some other purpose such as communal worship.
    • At the university a group of doctors or professors.
  • Listado: list
  • Remontar (se remonta…): to go back, ascend, resole
    • To overcome an obstacle or a difficulty (resole).
    • To originate (to go back).
  • Retrato: portrait
    • A painting, drawing, sculpture, photograph, or other likeness of an individual, especially of the face
    • A verbal description or picture, especially of a person’s character.
  • Resucitar: to resurrect
    • To rise or raise from the dead; bring or be brought back to life.
    • To bring back into use or activity; revive.
  • Sospechoso: suspect

 

CONTENIDOS ADICIONALES
ORTOGRAFÍA

VOCABULARIO

FRASES