Translation of banality in Spanish:

banality

banalidad, n.

Pronunciation /bəˈnælədi/ /bəˈnalɪti/

nounplural banalities

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    banalidad feminine
    trivialidad feminine
    • Elements such as this can potentially add much character to a genre that's typically overwrought with banality.
    • The wordless theatre of everyday life occasionally threatens to subside into banality.
    • Still, Channel 5's current approach to the news is less noticeable for ideological taint than sheer banality.
    • The amount of background information in the link essays is generally superficial, sometimes to the point of banality.
    • The filmmaker has once again wrapped up crude banalities in shiny tin foil.
    • First the Gulf, then the Balkan campaigns honed the syntax of 24-hour reporting almost to the point of banality.
    • With the exception of the excellent Agenda programme, the rest of their home produced material rarely rises above the level of banality.
    • The 44-page glossy booklet contains the usual banalities designed to mean all things to all men.
    • The air of studied banality persists even during moments of great importance.
    • The method of stringing anecdotes together with banalities has contributed, I believe, to the dearth of quality preaching in many churches.
    • The idea smartly captures the banality of the relationship, highlighting the central idea by juxtaposing it against the action.
    • Their initial banality allows them to be fulfilled, to take on another life, to free themselves of their own geographies.
    • We are forced to reimagine those images; he rescues that terrible footage from encroaching banality.
    • Tours through North America and Britain are recounted with spirit-crushing banality.
    • Thus, Bellocchio establishes the central contradiction between ideological extremism and everyday banalities.
    • Initially, what I found to be striking as I walked through the exhibition was its banality and quiet resonance.
    • Intellectual snobbery is so over, I chided myself, before launching into an orgy of sheer, joyous banality.
    • Despite and because of the determined atmosphere of painful crisis in the book, Keith doesn't always avoid a thinly disguised, mournful banality.
    • Most of the world's populations live in abysmal poverty, our governments are corrupt, and we lead meaningless lives of banality.
    • As the project lurches toward banality, the characters plot, feud and leak to the newspapers, staging palace coups and office break-ins.