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byline

Pronunciation: /ˈbaɪlaɪn/

Translation of byline in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 [Journalism/Periodismo] data (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • We also think today's newspaper requires more than bylines.
    • Impressed by media since her childhood, she fancied to work with a TV channel or get her bylines published in newspapers.
    • What does the byline on a newspaper story signify?
    1.2 (in soccer) línea (feminine) de meta
    Example sentences
    • In one move last week, he was cornered close to the byeline by two Bolton defenders as a high pass was floated towards him.
    • McManus raced to the byeline and cut back this time across the face of the goal.
    • He makes a dash for the byline but is dispossessed before he can get a cross in.

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • firmar ([ un artículo periodístico ])

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