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English translation of 'discurso'

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discurso

masculine noun
1.  (alocución) speech
pronunciar un discurso to make a speechgive a speech
otra vez me soltó el mismo discursito de siempre he gave me the same old lecture as always
2.  (forma de hablar) rhetoric
su discurso nacionalista his nationalist rhetoric
3.  (habla) speechfaculty of speech
análisis del discurso discourse analysis
4.  [del tiempo]
en el discurso del tiempo with the passage of time
en el discurso de cuatro generaciones in the space of four generations

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Example Sentences Including 'discurso'

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EL líder laborista Tony Blair ha pronunciado un discurso en el cual da por terminada la lucha de clases: " Olviden el pasado.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
En un plano sereno, cerraré este discurso con una imagen nitida de la hegemonia espanola, que descarta el factor recusable de cualquier interpretaci6n afectiva.
Ramón Carande Thovar Estudios de historia. Vol 1. Temas de historia de España
La habilidad de su puesta en escena y la claridad del discurso presidencial no tienen nada que ver aquí.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Le encajo un discurso de mas de tres horas sobre las malas compamas y las lecturas... Mi hermana dice que salio aranando por las paredes.
Juan Goytisolo Señas de identidad
Mientras sean Joaquín Almunia, Narcís Serra o Ciprià Ciscar los que sostengan el discurso opositor, Aznar sabe que estará tranquilo.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Su discurso conciliador fue roto por la intervención de Manuel Reyes, elegido como andaluz del año por las entidades culturales andaluzas.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)

Trends of 'discurso'

Extremely Common. discurso is one of the 1000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'discurso' in Other Languages

British English: discourse NOUN
Discourse is spoken or written communication between people, especially serious discussion of a particular subject.
...a tradition of political discourse.

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Translation of discurso from the Collins Spanish to English
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