- 1.1 [Ling] frase (f), locución (f); (sentence) frase (f) verb/noun phrase frase (f) or locución (f) verbal/sustantiva, sintagma (m) verbal/nominal teach them some useful phrases in French enséñales algunas frases or expresiones útiles en francés artists who, in Picasso's phrase, … artistas que, al decir de Picasso, … to coin a phrase por así decirlo (before n) phrase book manual (m) de conversación, guía (f) de bolsillo para el viajeroMore example sentences
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- Moreoever the rest of the lines explain and expand these references by using adjectival phrases and subordinate clauses which tell the reader to look for explanation within the poem itself.
- Like other adverbial words and phrases, nevertheless floats around under the joint influence of meaning, syntax and style, but it usually washes up at the start of a clause.
- Associated with these tendencies was a greater focus on single words, rather than on phrases or clauses.
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- You will develop a flair for short, pithy phrases that will identify you as the writer, whether your byline is published or your story is magically morphed into a brief.
- It might not be a bad idea to review your own favorite phrases and expressions occasionally and replace them with fresh variations.
- And the connection is a pithy phrase of Deputy Noonan's dating back to the 1987 election campaign.
- The musicians could tell an out-of-tune note within a musical phrase, and the Chinese could understand their language when the words were spoken in a sentence.
- It also is an excellent way of testing our students' memories; if they can recite or sing the note names of a phrase in rhythm, we can be sure the music is in their heads and not just in their fingers.
- A note, a phrase, or a section of music has embodied meaning, because it points to and makes us expect another musical (not extramusical) event.
Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.
- 1.1 (express) [idea/suggestion/criticism] expresar, formular I would have phrased it differently yo lo hubiera expresado de otro modo a carefully phrased letter una carta redactada con gran cuidadoMore example sentences1.2 [Mus] frasear
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- Katherine tried to find the correct words in which to phrase her question.
- It is my fault, I did not phrase the question correctly.
- The archbishop phrased his words with care, as is his way.
- Selim Palmgren's works for solo piano evoke a similar atmosphere, and somehow Finnish pianists understand perfectly how to phrase his music.
- Witt's music is strongly Mozartian in phrasing and flavor, so much so that he sometimes sounds like a clone of the famous composer.
- You can assess how much expression to give, and how to phrase the music in the absence of score markings.