Translation of Poet Laureate in Spanish:
noun plural Poets Laureate Poet Laureates
- poeta laureado, (poeta or poetisa laureada) (masculine, feminine)Example sentences
- As well as the Thatchers, the village was also once home to Sir John Betjeman, the former Poet Laureate and was the birthplace of Thomas Hughes, the author of Tom Brown's School Days.
- During the 1920s John Masefield, the future Poet Laureate, published two novels set in the imaginary Latin American republic of Santa Barbara, Sard Harker and ODTAA.
- Hopefully it will receive more respect than the last addition to the Square, which was the seat carved from a tree trunk and ‘blessed’ by the Poet Laureate, Seamus Heaney.
Cultural Note: Poet Laureate
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