There are 2 main translations of debutante in English:

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debutante 1

adjetivo

  • es una actriz debutante
    she is a newcomer to the stage
    she is making her stage debut
    un tenista debutante
    a tennis player taking part in his first tournament o making his debut
Example sentences
  • JVC El elenco del JVC es debutante en un torneo Zonal de Ascenso.
  • Todo el esquema planteado por el debutante entrenador ecuatoriano Granda se desbarató.
  • Lo destacable es que la debutante selección africana logró su primer punto en un mundial, y salió ganando de Hanóver.

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There are 2 main translations of debutante in English:

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debutante 2

sustantivo masculino y femenino

Example sentences
  • Shirley Arica sí es una debutante absoluta, en el cine.
  • Coello no es un debutante en la Liga Venezolana de Beisbol Profesional.
  • Más rico fue porque la pepa del triunfo la hizo un debutante.

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