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masquerades

  • 1 baile de disfraces

    masked ball, fancy dress ball, US costume ball
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    (n.) = masquerade, masquerade ball
    Ex. The book presents an overview of masks and masquerades in Europe from the Middle Ages to modern times.
    Ex. The book examines the participation of the ruling elite in masquerade balls in the 18th century.
    * * *
    (n.) = masquerade, masquerade ball

    Ex: The book presents an overview of masks and masquerades in Europe from the Middle Ages to modern times.

    Ex: The book examines the participation of the ruling elite in masquerade balls in the 18th century.

    * * *
    costume ball, fancy dress ball

    Spanish-English dictionary > baile de disfraces

  • 2 baile de máscaras

    (n.) = masquerade, masquerade ball
    Ex. The book presents an overview of masks and masquerades in Europe from the Middle Ages to modern times.
    Ex. The book examines the participation of the ruling elite in masquerade balls in the 18th century.
    * * *
    (n.) = masquerade, masquerade ball

    Ex: The book presents an overview of masks and masquerades in Europe from the Middle Ages to modern times.

    Ex: The book examines the participation of the ruling elite in masquerade balls in the 18th century.

    * * *
    masked ball

    Spanish-English dictionary > baile de máscaras

  • 3 farsa

    f.
    2 burlesque, low comedy.
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    1 TEATRO farce
    2 (enredo) sham, farce
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    I
    SF
    1) (Teat) farce; pey bad play
    2) (=engaño) farce, sham
    II
    SF (Culin) stuffing
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    femenino (Teatr) farce; ( engaño) sham, farce
    * * *
    = farce, travesty of justice, masquerade, theatrics, whitewash, charade, travesty.
    Ex. University libraries are facing the farce of new information and communication technologies.
    Ex. Why did the ALA accept the travesty of justice represented by the Latin American subcommittee's January 2001 report on Cuba, as well as the stage-managed 'onsite investigation' carried out in May 2001?.
    Ex. The book presents an overview of masks and masquerades in Europe from the Middle Ages to modern times.
    Ex. The film seemed like a cross between theatrics and hippiedom, including the disembowelment of a bull, a unison hooting of brass bands, and the creation of paintings by dripping blood onto white surfaces.
    Ex. The trials in Jakarta have been a whitewash -- Indonesia has failed in its promise to hold the military accountable for the atrocities commited.
    Ex. Political parties happily play along with this charade because it enables them to look like they care about the planet.
    Ex. It's great that Connecticut finally decided to drop the charges, but the whole thing remains a travesty.
    * * *
    femenino (Teatr) farce; ( engaño) sham, farce
    * * *
    = farce, travesty of justice, masquerade, theatrics, whitewash, charade, travesty.

    Ex: University libraries are facing the farce of new information and communication technologies.

    Ex: Why did the ALA accept the travesty of justice represented by the Latin American subcommittee's January 2001 report on Cuba, as well as the stage-managed 'onsite investigation' carried out in May 2001?.
    Ex: The book presents an overview of masks and masquerades in Europe from the Middle Ages to modern times.
    Ex: The film seemed like a cross between theatrics and hippiedom, including the disembowelment of a bull, a unison hooting of brass bands, and the creation of paintings by dripping blood onto white surfaces.
    Ex: The trials in Jakarta have been a whitewash -- Indonesia has failed in its promise to hold the military accountable for the atrocities commited.
    Ex: Political parties happily play along with this charade because it enables them to look like they care about the planet.
    Ex: It's great that Connecticut finally decided to drop the charges, but the whole thing remains a travesty.

    * * *
    1 ( Teatr) farce
    2 (engaño) sham, farce
    las elecciones fueron una farsa the elections were a complete sham o farce
    * * *

    farsa sustantivo femenino (Teatr) farce;
    ( engaño) sham, farce
    farsa sustantivo femenino
    1 Teat farce
    2 (montaje, engaño) sham, mockery: su desmayo fue una farsa para conmovernos, he pretended to faint because he wanted our attention
    ' farsa' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    comedia
    - pantomima
    - simulacro
    English:
    charade
    - farce
    - mockery
    - sham
    * * *
    farsa nf
    1. [obra teatral] farce
    2. [engaño] farce;
    la investigación fue una farsa the investigation was a complete farce
    * * *
    farce
    * * *
    farsa nf
    1) : farce
    2) : fake, sham

    Spanish-English dictionary > farsa

  • 4 leche desnatada

    f.
    skim milk, skimmed milk.
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    skimmed milk
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    (n.) = skim milk, nonfat milk
    Ex. The article ' Skim milk masquerades as cream: the myth of online data base searching' discusses some of the barriers which need to be overcome if on-line data base searching is to become fully integrated with everyday reference services.
    Ex. Nonfat yogurt is similar to regular yogurt, but is made with nonfat milk instead of whole milk.
    * * *
    (n.) = skim milk, nonfat milk

    Ex: The article ' Skim milk masquerades as cream: the myth of online data base searching' discusses some of the barriers which need to be overcome if on-line data base searching is to become fully integrated with everyday reference services.

    Ex: Nonfat yogurt is similar to regular yogurt, but is made with nonfat milk instead of whole milk.

    * * *
    skim milk, Br
    skimmed milk

    Spanish-English dictionary > leche desnatada

  • 5 mascarada

    f.
    masquerade (fiesta).
    * * *
    1 (fiesta) masquerade, masked ball
    2 (enredo) farce
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=fiesta) masque, masquerade
    2) (=farsa) charade, masquerade
    * * *
    femenino masquerade
    * * *
    = masquerade, masquerade ball, charade.
    Ex. The book presents an overview of masks and masquerades in Europe from the Middle Ages to modern times.
    Ex. The book examines the participation of the ruling elite in masquerade balls in the 18th century.
    Ex. Political parties happily play along with this charade because it enables them to look like they care about the planet.
    * * *
    femenino masquerade
    * * *
    = masquerade, masquerade ball, charade.

    Ex: The book presents an overview of masks and masquerades in Europe from the Middle Ages to modern times.

    Ex: The book examines the participation of the ruling elite in masquerade balls in the 18th century.
    Ex: Political parties happily play along with this charade because it enables them to look like they care about the planet.

    * * *
    masquerade
    ¿a quién cree engañar con esa mascarada? who's he trying to fool with all this masquerade o charade?
    * * *
    1. [fiesta] masquerade
    2. [farsa] farce
    * * *
    f masquerade
    * * *
    : masquerade

    Spanish-English dictionary > mascarada

  • 6 nata

    adj.&f.
    feminine of NATO.
    f.
    1 cream (crema de leche). (peninsular Spanish)
    nata batida o montada whipped cream
    nata líquida single cream
    2 skin.
    3 skin formed over warm milk, top of the milk, skin.
    4 custard.
    5 slag, waste iron, scrap iron, scoria.
    6 Nata.
    * * *
    1 cream
    \
    nata líquida single cream
    nata montada whipped cream
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) Esp [gen] cream; [en leche cocida] skin
    2) (fig) cream
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    b) (Esp) crema 1b
    * * *
    = cream, skim.
    Ex. The article 'Skim milk masquerades as cream: the myth of online data base searching' discusses some of the barriers which need to be overcome if on-line data base searching is to become fully integrated with everyday reference services.
    Ex. Her husband went out to buy a gallon of whole milk and then poured the skim down the kitchen sink!.
    ----
    * bocadito de nata = cream puff.
    * flor y nata de la sociedad, la = cream of society, the.
    * la flor y nata = the cream of the crop, crème de la crème.
    * montar nata = whip + cream.
    * nata batida = whipped cream.
    * nata cuajada = clotted cream.
    * nata de la leche = milk fat, butterfat.
    * nata montada = whipped cream.
    * * *
    b) (Esp) crema 1b
    * * *
    = cream, skim.

    Ex: The article 'Skim milk masquerades as cream: the myth of online data base searching' discusses some of the barriers which need to be overcome if on-line data base searching is to become fully integrated with everyday reference services.

    Ex: Her husband went out to buy a gallon of whole milk and then poured the skim down the kitchen sink!.
    * bocadito de nata = cream puff.
    * flor y nata de la sociedad, la = cream of society, the.
    * la flor y nata = the cream of the crop, crème de la crème.
    * montar nata = whip + cream.
    * nata batida = whipped cream.
    * nata cuajada = clotted cream.
    * nata de la leche = milk fat, butterfat.
    * nata montada = whipped cream.

    * * *
    A
    2 ( Esp) (crema) cream
    hacer nata ( Chi fam): los turistas hacen nata en esta época the place is inundated o swamped with tourists at this time of year
    flor1 (↑ flor (1))
    Compuesto:
    nata montada/líquida
    ( Esp) whipped/single cream
    B ( Méx) ( Metal) slag, scoria
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    Multiple Entries:
    nata    
    ñata
    nata sustantivo femenino

    b) (Esp) See Also→ crema b

    nato,-a adjetivo born: este muchacho es un líder nato, this boy is a natural born leader
    nata sustantivo femenino
    1 (de pastelería) cream
    2 (sobre la leche hervida) skin
    3 (lo más selecto) cream, best
    ñato,-a adj LAm snub-nosed
    ' ñata' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    flor
    - luchador
    - luchadora
    - montada
    - montado
    - nata
    - batir
    - montar
    English:
    cream
    - cream cheese
    - nothing
    - rich
    - skin
    - sour
    - trifle
    - double
    - heavy
    - light
    - single
    - whip
    * * *
    nata nf
    1. Esp [crema de leche] cream;
    nata (batida) whipped cream
    nata agria sour cream;
    nata líquida Br single o US light cream;
    nata montada whipped cream;
    nata para montar whipping cream
    2. [en leche hervida] skin
    3. Méx [escoria] slag
    * * *
    f cream
    * * *
    nata nf
    1) : cream
    nata batida: whipped cream
    2) : skin (on boiled milk)
    * * *
    nata n cream

    Spanish-English dictionary > nata

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