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dilettante Saltos de línea: dil¦et|tante
Pronunciación: /ˌdɪlɪˈtanteɪ/
/ˌdɪlɪˈtanti/

Definición de dilettante en inglés:

sustantivo (plural dilettanti ˌdɪlɪˈtanti or dilettantes)

1A person who cultivates an area of interest, such as the arts, without real commitment or knowledge.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The question that we should all be asking ourselves is: who are the real dilettantes?
  • Far from playing the dilettante, the author shares his in-depth knowledge of the area's religion, history and politics with the reader.
  • The sleuth bridges a number of formats and styles while always emphasising ingenuity, deduction and a dilettante's approach to crime-solving.
Sinónimos
1.1 archaic A person with an amateur interest in the arts.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • He wanted approval for his work, for the work's sake; he wasn't an amateur or a dilettante.
  • The opening brings out the full array of Calgary's artists, art-watchers, debutantes, dilettantes, party kids and general public, and generates a portion of the revenue that keeps this non-profit festival operating.

Derivados

dilettantish

1
Pronunciación: /ˌdɪlɪˈtantɪʃ/
adjetivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The stigma attached to student films is that they are amateurish, dilettantish and excusable on the grounds that they're made by non-professionals.
  • He won't be quite as dilettantish about it and will be focused on that.
  • Her activism was derided as ideologically dilettantish from an actress encased within the Hollywood system and vainly seeking authenticity through scattergun sloganeering.

dilettantism

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Pronunciación: /ˌdɪlɪˈtantɪz(ə)m/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Pop-star activism is commonly derided as egotism and/or dilettantism.
  • The two share a certain dilettantism; a belief that the job is somehow their birthright and that they don't really have to fight for it.
  • The logic employed in the piece is precisely the sort of weekend-warrior dilettantism you'd expect.

Origen

Mid 18th century: from Italian, 'person loving the arts', from dilettare 'to delight', from Latin delectare.

Palabras que riman con dilettante

Alicante, andante, ante, anti, Ashanti, Bramante, Chianti, Dante, Fante, Ferranti, infante, scanty, shanty (US chanty), spumante, vigilante, Zante

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