Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1árbitro masculineárbitra femininean arbiter of taste/fashion — un árbitro del buen gusto/de la moda
- This was sent to David Garrick, an influential arbiter of polite literary taste in London.
- Not that I'm setting myself up as an arbiter of good taste or reasonableness.
- Mind you, I'm not so sure that she should be regarded as much of an arbiter of taste.
- His reputation as an arbiter of taste suffered after an ill-considered attack on the quality of the Elgin Marbles in 1816.
- Philostratus ranks as something of an arbiter of sophistic tastes and values; he is also an index of sophistic shortcomings.
- His early investment in Wired Magazine, the leading arbiter of the digital revolution at that time, gave him a front row seat to the third culture revolution.
- Examine any classic photograph of the original arbiter of style in golf, Ben Hogan, and notice the cuffs on his slacks.
- Unfortunately, too, they direct the question at an imaginary West that serves as stage, audience, and arbiter of taste, all in one.
- Hundreds of websites and petitions have been set up across the US supporting this arbiter of public taste.
- In this manner, the Panopticon reinforces its role as arbiter of public taste.
- Beau Brummell, the prince's friend, was the arbiter of elegance.
- His background gives no indication that he might one day become an arbiter of cool.
- Thus rather strangely, the potential arbiter of morality is always the individual, but only when seen in his entire complexity.
- Still, McKinley pointed out that family is not necessarily the sole arbiter of racial identity.
- On the subject of language, a poet is the ultimate arbiter, the judge, the jury and the courtroom cat.
- Fans consider her the final arbiter on matters ranging from choosing table settings to winning ways with leftovers.