Translation of actor in Spanish:


actor, n.

Pronunciation /ˈæktər/ /ˈaktə/


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    actor masculine
    actriz feminine
    he's a good actor, I couldn't tell he was bored disimula muy bien, no me di cuenta de que estaba aburrido
    • the main actors in the scandal los principales protagonistas del escándalo
    • It will identify the processes and the key actors and how can they be better understood and planned by city authorities.
    • Interaction: a cyclic process in which two actors alternately listen, think and speak.
    • Both approaches allow little room for the role of factors that might be specific to particular actors.
    • What they can do is maintain the legal framework within which political actors struggle.
    • There was a deeper concern about the rationality, not just of the actors in the process, but of deterrence as a whole.
    • In this sense the ECJ has proved itself to be an autonomous actor in the process of European integration.
    • As a result we now need to consider the Council Secretariat as much more of an actor in the policy process than hitherto.
    • The UN is a pluralistic body with conflicting institutions and actors within it.
    • It is to their commercial advantage, but more important they are key social actors.
    • Non-state actors are to be encouraged to participate in the development process.
    • Both actors compete for public support and governance becomes a contested arena.
    • The capacity of history to absolve political actors is a cynical and immoral doctrine.
    • Finally, the case will be argued for always considering the activities of a diverse range of political actors.
    • The fundamental actors in international politics are rational individuals and private groups.
    • As with other systems of human rights, enforcement remains in the domain of political actors.
    • The expectation is that the action defines what is terrorism rather than the actor.
    • Consultants and other political actors were increasingly aware of political science research.
    • As a result, actors in the food system - processors, wholesalers, input dealers, and the like - have had to be creative in order to sustain their growth.
    • Rugman, Kirton, and Soloway have provided an essential road map to the new avenues of recourse available to economic and social actors in North America.
    • Executive decision-makers, both cabinet-level politicians and policy bureaucrats, are the key actors in policy formation.