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novel1 British & World English

A fictitious prose narrative of book length, typically representing character and action with some degree of realism

novel2 British & World English

Interestingly new or unusual

the novel in novel1 British & World English

The literary genre represented or exemplified by novels

dime novel British & World English

A cheap, popular novel, typically a melodramatic romance or adventure story

graphic novel British & World English

A novel in comic-strip format

Gothic novel British & World English

An English genre of fiction popular in the 18th to early 19th centuries, characterized by an atmosphere of mystery and horror and having a pseudo-medieval setting

antinovel British & World English

A novel in which the conventions and traditions of the genre are studiously avoided

detective story British & World English

A story whose plot revolves around the investigation and solving of a crime

detective novel in detective story British & World English

A story whose plot revolves around the investigation and solving of a crime

novel2 English Thesaurus

the practice would not be considered unusual today, but in 1945 it was novel

novel English-Spanish

novela f

dime novel English-Spanish

novelucha

a well-crafted novel in craft English-Spanish

una novela escrita con oficio

the great American novel in great English-Spanish

la gran novela americana

this novel is based on fact in fact English-Spanish

esta novela está basada en hechos reales

the high point of the novel in high English-Spanish

el punto culminante de la novela

the critics pasted her novel in paste English-Spanish

los críticos le pusieron la novela por el suelo, los críticos le hicieron bolsa la novela

we took the novel to pieces in piece English-Spanish

analizamos la novela parte por parte

he produces a novel a year in produce English-Spanish

escribe una novela por año

the novel is set in Japan in set English-Spanish

la novela está ambientada en el Japón

this is arguably his best novel in arguably English-Spanish

podría decirse que esta es su mejor novela

a novel with a romantic flavor in flavor English-Spanish

una novela de sabor romántico

the novel starts promisingly enough in promisingly English-Spanish

el comienzo de la novela es bastante prometedor

it reads like a Victorian novel in read English-Spanish

tiene el estilo de una novela victoriana

what sets this novel apart is … in set apart English-Spanish

lo que distingue a esta novela es …, lo que hace a esta novela distinta

what sets this novel apart is … in set English-Spanish

lo que distingue a esta novela es …, lo que hace a esta novela distinta

the scheme of the novel/symphony in scheme English-Spanish

el esquema de la novela/de la sinfonía

it's the novel to read just now in the English-Spanish

en este momento, es la novela que hay que leer

to adapt a novel/play for television in adapt English-Spanish

adaptar una novela/obra para la televisión

a novel written in the first person in first person English-Spanish

una novela escrita en primera persona

the novel lost a lot in translation in lose English-Spanish

la novela perdió mucho con la traducción

what rating would you give this novel? in rating English-Spanish

¿qué opinión te merece esta novela?

what's that novel like? — oh, so-so in so-so English-Spanish

¿qué tal es esa novela? — ni fu ni fa

the novel was slated by the critics in slate English-Spanish

los críticos pusieron la novela por los suelos

her novel sold a million in a year in sell English-Spanish

se vendieron un millón de ejemplares de su novela en un año

the critics tore apart his last novel in tear English-Spanish

los críticos se ensañaron con su última novela

the critics tore apart his last novel in tear apart English-Spanish

los críticos se ensañaron con su última novela


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