Definición de pastiche en inglés:

pastiche

Saltos de línea: pas|tiche
Pronunciación: /paˈstiːʃ
 
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sustantivo

verbo

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  • Imitate the style of (an artist or work): Gauguin took himself to a Pacific island and pastiched the primitive art he found there
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The first three books were pastiches and I didn't want to end up pastiching myself and finishing in a dark cobbled alley I'd been down before.
    • Bogart and Bergman's heart-rending airstrip farewell is enshrined as one of the all-time great endings, and was pastiched to great effect in Woody Allen's Play It Again Sam.
    • Some may remember Niagara, the '80s French pop duo who often pastiched the glory days of Gainsbourg - cool tunes, snappy vids and serious retro chic.

Origen

late 19th century: from French, from Italian pasticcio, based on late Latin pasta 'paste'.

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