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extravaganza
American English: /ɪkˌstrævəˈɡænzə/
British English: /ɪkˌstravəˈɡanzə/
, /ɛkˌstravəˈɡanzə/

Translation of extravaganza in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (Cinema, Theater)
    gran espectáculo (masculine)
    (realizado con alarde de color, fantasía y dinero)
    it was a public relations extravaganza
    fue un alarde publicitario por parte de la empresa ( or la organización etc)
    1.2 (Literat, Music)
    Example sentences
    • Visitors enjoyed a musical extravaganza at the first night of ensembles organised by Bolton Music Service.
    • The producer of the extravaganza is Lindy Shaw, who says she has been arranging it since Christmas.
    • This is a spectacular extravaganza of flamenco, theatre, song and live stallions.

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