Definición de backdrop en inglés:

backdrop

Saltos de línea: back|drop
Pronunciación: /ˈbakdrɒp
 
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sustantivo

1A painted cloth hung at the back of a theatre stage as part of the scenery.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Alex is happy with the Art Alliance and has volunteered to paint some scenery backdrops for them.
  • His father was an artist who designed backdrops for movies and stage plays.
  • Olivier used painted backdrops of French fields and castles that were intended to suggest medieval artistic renderings.
1.1The setting or background for a scene, event, or situation: the conference took place against a backdrop of increasing diplomatic activity
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This movie is a work of fiction, but it's played against a backdrop of historical events.
  • Old insights are merely recycled in different permutations against a backdrop of current circumstances.
  • The building demonstrations come against a backdrop of continued violence in the country.

verbo (backdrops, backdropping, backdropped)

[with object] Volver al principio  
Lie behind or beyond; serve as a background to: the rolling hills that backdropped our camp
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Not only is it busy movement-wise, the stage is a feast of visuals, with a blocky, retro cityscape pattern backdropping the slinky white and black costumes of the dancers.
  • The country's bicentenary celebrations are backdropped by more political turmoil and a state of near-civil war.
  • This one-off single sees the band present a genuinely beautiful take on Punjabi folk, backdropped by a loping funk beat and breathtakingly lovely guitar.

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