Translation of viewer in Spanish:

viewer

Pronunciation: /ˈvjuːər; ˈvjuːə(r)/

n

  • 1.1 (person) telespectador, -dora (m,f), televidente (mf)
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    • Vettriano's skill lies in his ability to create narrative paintings with which the viewer becomes involved.
    • Their intention was to make paintings that met the viewer as living presences - that were there.
    • His drawings and paintings challenge the viewer to meet his hopeless aesthetic half way, and then fail.
    1.2 (for slides) visionadora (f)
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    • I use the Linhof optical viewer to visualize images and try different compositions.
    • Finally, there are some DVD-ROM extras in the form of a screenplay viewer and weblinks.
    • The image display in the viewer window actually is a label widget in the center of the dialog.

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