Translation of narrate in Spanish:

narrate

Pronunciation: /ˈnæreɪt; næˈreɪt; nəˈreɪt/

vt

  • 1.1 [Literature/Literatura] [formal] [story/events] narrar, relatar
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    • It was also an interdenominational event and readers from both church communities narrated the passion story.
    • And then you would hear a voice begin to narrate the story.
    • Along with other guests, she too will speak and narrate her experiences.
    1.2 [film/documentary] hacer* el comentario de, hacer* de comentarista
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    • The director narrates the film as though she is making a home movie, and ultimately that's what she has accomplished.
    • In the same year Reeve narrated a film about the lives of people living with disabilities.
    • The film is narrated by the laconic narrator that Disney used a lot then.

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