Translation of avant-garde in Spanish:

avant-garde

Pronunciation: /ˌɑːvɑːnˈgɑːrd; ˌævɒnˈgɑːd/

noun/nombre

  • the avant-garde la vanguardia
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    • The city has a reputation for being the one place where rock music and the avant-garde have merged with results that are spectacular rather than excruciating.
    • I got into medieval music and the avant-garde, all the fringe stuff that people didn't like, the punk rock of classical music.
    • A passionate advocate for the avant-garde in both literature and film, B.S. Johnson gained notoriety for his forthright views on the future of the novel and for his idiosyncratic ways of putting them into practice.

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