There are 2 translations of premiere in Spanish:

premiere1

Pronunciation: /prɪˈmɪr; ˈpremɪˌeə(r)/
première

n

  • estreno (m), première (f) [journalese/lenguaje periodístico] world/TV premiere estreno mundial/en TV
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    • Indeed, the producers claim three recording premieres: the Double Concerto, the Two Portraits, and the chamber-orchestra version of the Sinfonietta.
    • Their show this weekend is their Irish premiere, and is performed at night on a spectacular seven-metre structure.
    • Forgiveness was selected as one of the opening films and will screen its international premiere at the festival.

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There are 2 translations of premiere in Spanish:

premiere2

première

vt

  • [play/film] estrenar
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    • International Fashion Machines is premiering their Electric Plaid light show at the current triennal.
    • Cable channels often ignore the ‘seasons’ altogether, premiering their shows over the summer when the networks are in reruns.
    • Apartment House are also premiering a piece by Gerhard Stäbler, one of Germany's most original middle-generation composers.

vi

  • [play/film] estrenarse; [actor] debutar
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    • High school pupils who have written plays about car crime dangers saw their work premiered at Wigan Pier.
    • The work premiered in Sydney in May 2003 to extraordinary critical and audience acclaim.
    • In 1992, the film premiered and was selected for the Cannes Film Festival.

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The variety of catalán spoken in the Balearic Islands is called mallorquín. Some people regard it as a separate language from Catalan, which enjoys official status, but it is not officially recognized as such.