- preface (
tosth) [to book/speech] prefacio (m) or prólogo (m)( dealgo) [to event] prólogo (m)( dealgo)More example sentences
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- This article is excerpted from the new preface to the updated paperback edition.
- Aguilera has written a preface for the book introducing the ongoing show at the Shanghai Museum, which is entitled ‘The Mayan Treasures from Mexico.’
- The book contains a preface, six chapters and two appendices - one a list of end uses of asbestos and the other a partial list of organizations that specified asbestos in codes or standards.
- The only statement even vaguely likely to incite dislike is a preface to the summary of western thought which is characterised as ‘the inconsistency of their argument’.
- In addition to providing some history about them, it also doubles as a preface for describing the animation.
- Ignoring her greeting card preface, the trio around me began to weave a tangle of memories, Lily's going farther back than the others.
Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province.
- [book] prologar*, escribir* el prefacio de the coup prefaced a bloody civil war [literario/literary] el golpe de estado fue el prólogo de una sangrienta guerra civil she prefaced this by saying that … a modo de introducción dijo que …, dijo como preámbulo que …More example sentences
- The book is prefaced by a ‘cast of characters’, and characters rather than abstractions govern its course.
- The book is prefaced with four pages of worried preamble by the author about her inspiration - the memoir of an 18 th-century Korean crown princess - and how she translated its impact.
- The volume is prefaced by an excellent review by the editors on the state of research which incorporates the submitted papers and an extensive bibliography.