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denouement also: dénouement
American English: /ˌdeɪnuˈmɑ̃/
British English: /deɪˈnuːmɒ̃/

Translation of denouement in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • None of Wilder's leading characters, no matter how neat the final denouements of his films sometimes are, were ever anything but anti-heroes.
    • The denouement of the final twist in the plot is so startling and funny that the laughter must surely have been heard above the traffic outside the theatre.
    • There's nothing like seeing two improbably beautiful people fall in love, fight, and reach a film's dénouement together.

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