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intermezzo

  • 1 intermezzo

    intermezzo

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > intermezzo

  • 2 intermezzo

    [inter'metso]
    SM intermezzo
    * * *
    [inter'meso]
    masculino intermezzo
    * * *
    [inter'meso]
    masculino intermezzo
    * * *
    /interˈmeso/
    intermezzo
    * * *

    intermezzo m Mús intermezzo

    Spanish-English dictionary > intermezzo

  • 3 intermezzo

    m
    hud. intermezzo

    Diccionario español-checo > intermezzo

  • 4 intermezzo

    БИРС > intermezzo

  • 5 intermezzo

    сущ.

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > intermezzo

  • 6 intermezzo

    m (ит.) интермецо.

    Diccionario español-búlgaro > intermezzo

  • 7 intermezzo

    Universal diccionario español-ruso > intermezzo

  • 8 интермеццо

    с. нескл. муз.
    intermedio m, intermezzo m

    БИРС > интермеццо

  • 9 entremés

    m.
    appetizer, canapé, antipasto, delicacy.
    * * *
    1 entremeses (entrante) hors d'oeuvre
    2 (obra corta) interlude, short play, short farce
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Teat) ( Hist) interlude, short farce
    2) (Culin) side dish

    "entremeses" — "hors d'oeuvres"

    entremés salado — savoury, savory (EEUU)

    ENTREMÉS An entremés is a short farce used as an entertaining interval between the first and second acts of a comedia. It is thought that the entremés (derived from the Italian intermezzo) was first performed on the Spanish stage in the 16th century and derives from the influential Italian Commedia dell'Arte. Often using slapstick, stock characters and situations, entremeses had enormous audience appeal and were written by such distinguished writers as Miguel de Cervantes.
    * * *
    masculino (Coc) hors d'oeuvre, starter
    * * *
    = appetiser [appetizer, -USA], hors d'oeuvre, snack, entrée, munchie.
    Ex. To begin with, both methods are appetizers since they stimulate a desire to read for oneself what one has heard told = Para empezar, ambos métodos sirven de aperitivo puesto que estimulan el deseo de leer por uno mismo lo que hemos oído contar.
    Ex. Many receptions this year will serve sufficient snacks and hors d'oeuvres, so you may not have to plan to have a meal afterwards.
    Ex. Many receptions this year will serve sufficient snacks and hors d'oeuvres, so you may not have to plan to have a meal afterwards.
    Ex. These prices include breakfast (full buffet including a large selection of hot and cold entrees, salads, cheeses, pastries, etc.) and all service charges.
    Ex. The hall is quiet, the band has packed up, and the munchies are all gone.
    * * *
    masculino (Coc) hors d'oeuvre, starter
    * * *
    = appetiser [appetizer, -USA], hors d'oeuvre, snack, entrée, munchie.

    Ex: To begin with, both methods are appetizers since they stimulate a desire to read for oneself what one has heard told = Para empezar, ambos métodos sirven de aperitivo puesto que estimulan el deseo de leer por uno mismo lo que hemos oído contar.

    Ex: Many receptions this year will serve sufficient snacks and hors d'oeuvres, so you may not have to plan to have a meal afterwards.
    Ex: Many receptions this year will serve sufficient snacks and hors d'oeuvres, so you may not have to plan to have a meal afterwards.
    Ex: These prices include breakfast (full buffet including a large selection of hot and cold entrees, salads, cheeses, pastries, etc.) and all service charges.
    Ex: The hall is quiet, the band has packed up, and the munchies are all gone.

    * * *
    A ( Coc) hors d'oeuvre, starter, appetizer
    B ( Teatr) interlude
    * * *

    entremés sustantivo masculino (Coc) hors d'oeuvre, starter
    entremés sustantivo masculino
    1 Culin hors d'œuvres
    2 Lit short farce or play
    ' entremés' also found in these entries:
    English:
    hors d'oeuvre
    * * *
    1. [plato frío]
    entremeses hors d'oeuvres
    2. [obra teatral] = short, amusing one-act play
    * * *
    entremés nm, pl - meses
    1) aperitivo: appetizer, hors d'oeuvre
    2) : interlude, short play

    Spanish-English dictionary > entremés

  • 10 entre...

    PREF inter...
    ENTREMÉS An entremés is a short farce used as an entertaining interval between the first and second acts of a comedia. It is thought that the entremés (derived from the Italian intermezzo) was first performed on the Spanish stage in the 16th century and derives from the influential Italian Commedia dell'Arte. Often using slapstick, stock characters and situations, entremeses had enormous audience appeal and were written by such distinguished writers as Miguel de Cervantes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre...

  • 11 entremés

    m
    div. intermezzo
    div. jednoaktovka
    div. mezihra
    • předkrm
    * * *
    m
    • mezichod (jídlo)

    Diccionario español-checo > entremés

  • 12 intermedio

    • prostřední
    • přechodný
    • střední
    • vložený
    m
    div. přestávka
    hud. intermezzo
    hud. mezihra
    • interval
    • mezidobí
    * * *
    • mírný (o ceně)
    • napínací (kladka)
    m
    hud. meziaktní hudba
    • časová mezera
    • časová prostora

    Diccionario español-checo > intermedio

  • 13 interludio

    m
    hud. interludium
    hud. intermezzo
    hud. mezihra

    Diccionario español-checo > interludio

См. также в других словарях:

  • intermezzo — [ ɛ̃tɛrmɛdzo ] n. m. • 1868; mot it. ♦ Mus. 1 ♦ Partie musicale insérée entre les actes d une œuvre théâtrale. ⇒ intermède. 2 ♦ Mouvement de liaison dans une œuvre musicale. Des intermezzos. ● intermezzo, intermezzos nom masculin (italien… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • intermezzo — INTERMÉZZO, intermezzi, s.n. 1. Divertisment muzical care se intercalează într o reprezentaţie teatrală. 2. Episod orchestral independent într o operă. 3. Mică piesă instrumentală de formă liberă. [pr.: me ţo] – cuv. it. Trimis de valeriu,… …   Dicționar Român

  • Intermezzo — ist: ein Einschub oder eine Überleitung in einem künstlerischen Medium, siehe Zwischenspiel eine Zwischenaktmusik in Opern, siehe Intermezzo (Oper) Intermezzo, namentlich: Drei Intermezzi op. 117 (Brahms), Klavierstücke von Johannes Brahms… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Intermezzo — Жанр: новелла Автор: Михаил Коцюбинский Язык оригинала: украинский Год написания …   Википедия

  • Intermezzo — puede referirse a los siguientes conceptos: Intermezzo, una composición musical que se coloca entre otras dos mayores. Intermezzo, una ópera de Richard Strauss estrenada en 1924. Intermezzo, una película sueca de 1936 actúan Ingrid Bergman y… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Intermezzo — Sn Zwischenspiel erw. fach. (18. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus it. intermezzo m., das zurückgeht auf l. intermedius zwischen etwas befindlich, das Mittlere , zu l. medius in der Mitte befindlich und l. inter . Zunächst in die Bühnensprache… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • Intermezzo II — Мини альбом Satyricon Дата выпуска 10 мая 1999 Записан январь 1996 янв …   Википедия

  • Intermezzo II — EP de Satyricon Publicación 1999 Grabación 1996 1999 Género(s) Black metal Duración 20:08 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Intermezzo II — Album par Satyricon Sortie 1999 Enregistrement 1996 1999 Durée 20:08 Genre Black metal symphonique Label …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Intermezzo — Intermezzo, Zwischenspiel, Lückenbüßer, kleine dramatische Darstellung, Singspiel, ohne großen künstlerischen Werth, ohne tief begründete Situation, von leichtem, heiterm Inhalt und Charakter, zur Ausfüllung einer Pause, für die momentane… …   Damen Conversations Lexikon

  • intermezzo — (n.) 1834, from It. intermezzo short dramatic performance between the acts of a play or opera, lit. that which is between, from L. intermedius (see INTERMEDIATE (Cf. intermediate)) …   Etymology dictionary


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