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novelette
American English: /ˌnɑvəˈlɛt/
British English: /nɒvəˈlɛt/

Translation of novelette in Spanish:

noun

  • [pejorative]
    Example sentences
    • Drawing on these experiences, Webb's novelettes focus on the leisure-time activities of upper-class society in London, Paris, and Cannes.
    • We're trying to discern the difference between a short story, a vignette, a novella, and a novelette.
    • After a couple of novelettes, she started writing short stories for all leading publications in Malayalam and brought out her first compilation of short stories as ‘Nirmalyam’ in 1994.

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