Definizione di contestant

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There are lots of contestants on reality shows but few of them make an impact. The Sun (2013)The potential contestants who get through preliminary rounds are always great bakers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This preview talks to all the contestants while the competition proper kicks off tomorrow. The Sun (2010)The five remaining contestants enter the quarter finals. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Eight contestants must answer general knowledge questions. The Sun (2010)It was more like an open day and contestants get a lift from that. The Sun (2014)The youngest contestant chooses which prizes the family wins. The Sun (2014)But contestants must guess right ten times in a row to win the fortune. The Sun (2011)The group said they would have enjoyed mixing with the younger contestants. The Sun (2013)Contestants must fill up a bingo grid by putting interlocking sets of bricks together as quickly as possible. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The quiz sees six contestants answer general knowledge questions and try to bluff their way to becoming a millionaire. The Sun (2007)We made the contestants get together in groups of five where they had to pick who they wanted to work with. The Sun (2015)As we told yesterday, three other contestants have been kicked off the show for dodgy backgrounds. The Sun (2011)Which of the remaining contestants impressed the judges in last night's fifth round? The Sun (2012)Tonight, the first six contestants get two opportunities to wow the judges. The Sun (2015)While other contestants with three left feet were still in the show, your continuing success was funny. Times, Sunday Times (2008)ITV is now carrying out tighter checks and has removed three contestants from the remaining shows. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The ten remaining contestants in the search for the nation's hottest new designer take a trip to the countryside. The Sun (2006)Only a handful of reality TV contestants stand the test of time. The Sun (2013)Apprentice hopefuls and nearly all other reality TV contestants. The Sun (2006)All tours feature local food experts, and many include contestants from the MasterChef programmes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Asked to name the first package holiday destination in a pub quiz, few contestants would answer Corsica. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Up to six more Celeb BB contestants could be quizzed. The Sun (2007)

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Traduzioni di contestant

Inglese britannico: contestant /kənˈtɛstənt/ NOUN
A contestant in a competition or quiz is a person who takes part in it.
He applied to be a contestant on the television show.
  • Inglese americano: contestant
  • Arabo: مُتَسَابِق
  • Portoghese brasiliano: competidor
  • Cinese: 竞争者
  • Croato: natjecatelj
  • Ceco: soutěžící
  • Danese: konkurrencedeltager
  • Olandese: deelnemer
  • Spagnolo europeo: concursante
  • Finlandese: kilpailija kilpailun osanottaja
  • Francese: participant
  • Tedesco: Teilnehmer
  • Greco: διαγωνιζόμενος
  • Italiano: concorrente
  • Giapponese: 競争者
  • Coreano: 경기 참가자
  • Norvegese: konkurrent
  • Polacco: współzawodnik
  • Portoghese Europeo: concorrente
  • Romeno: concurent
  • Russo: соперник
  • Spagnolo: contendiente
  • Svedese: tävlingsdeltagare
  • Thailandese: ผู้แข่งขัน
  • Turco: yarışmacı
  • Ucraino: учасник змагання
  • Vietnamita: người dự thi


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