Translation of crowd-puller in Spanish:

crowd-puller

Pronunciation: /ˈkraʊdˌpʊlər; ˈkraʊdˌpʊlə(r)/

n

  • [colloquial/familiar] gran atracción (f) (espectáculo o persona que atrae mucho público)
    More example sentences
    • Successive fashion events like the India Fashion Week, held this time in Mumbai, have come to be major crowd-pullers, attracting people even from foreign countries.
    • Limerick, city and county, presents dozens of excellent cultural and other events annually but most of them are more niche attractions than mass crowd-pullers lasting a week or more.
    • With the school Easter holiday imminent - traditionally the moment when the tourist season kicks off in earnest - visitor attractions around the region are revealing their new crowd-pullers.

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