Translation of career in Spanish:
- he made a career for himself in journalism o as a journalist(before noun) careers adviser o (British English) , careers counsellorse forjó una carrera en el periodismo or como periodistase abrió camino como periodistacareers officeorientador, (-dora) (masculine, feminine) (profesional)career pathoficina (feminine) de orientación profesionalcareer guidancetrayectoria (feminine) profesionalcareer diplomat career girl/womanorientación (feminine) profesional or (Southern Cone) vocacionalmujer (feminine) de carreraExample sentences
- You should also contact your local careers office/centre for information and advice on careers and learning opportunities.
- This could benefit the stream of outgoing students in their hunt for new careers and novel opportunities.
- There are some careers where a significant surname is all you need - being an aristocrat, for example.
- a truck careered toward usir a toda velocidadun camión se nos vino encima a toda velocidadExample sentences
- However the longer route has to be taken as they won't fit down the side of the house this way, so it's out through one gate and in through another hoping not to meet a car careering down the road in the process.
- He remembered the car careering off the road, ploughing through a hedge and rolling over a couple of times.
- The car careered down the road and hit a chestnut tree head-on.
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In some parts of Spain, the name given to a weekly open-air flea market where all kinds of items are sold is a rastro. The name El Rastro as such refers to a very big market of this type held in Madrid at weekends.