Translation of scenario in Spanish:

scenario

Pronunciation: /səˈneriəʊ; -ˈnæ-; sɪˈnɑːriəʊ/

noun/nombre (plural -os)

  • 1.1 [Cinema/Cine] [Television/Televisión] guión (masculine)
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    • He entered the film industry taking small-part roles and writing scenarios for the London Film Company.
    • This at least saves me trying to comprehend how anybody could write such abysmal dialogue, characters, and plot scenarios.
    • Imagine being able to create scenarios instead of linear plot threads, world environments instead of single scenes.
    1.2 (of future) perspectiva (feminine), panorama (masculine), escenario (masculine) [journalese/lenguaje periodístico] she outlined the best-/worst-case scenario esbozó el mejor/peor de los panoramas
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    • Rather it postulates possible future scenarios without making any assessment of the likelihood that any one scenario will occur.
    • In any event, this scenario is simply not possible with this democracy and civil society will not accept it.
    • Worst case scenarios predict that hundreds of thousands of Balinese who depend on the tourism sector could lose their livelihood.

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