Translation of banner in Spanish:


estandarte, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbænər/ /ˈbanə/

See Spanish definition of estandarte


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    • 1.1(flag)

      estandarte masculine
      • Appropriately, the cultural-historical monument has been built close to where King Sakha raised his banner of revolt and ultimately welded his people into the force that it is today.
      • The bright red and gold banners heralded the presence of the house of Pyropoint.
      • The rebel army had lowered its banners and was taking cover in the forests that were interspersed between the farmland found outside of the gleaming city.
      • Better to signify an army with a few banners than to express it with a cast of thousands.
      • The day before Ælfred was expected two riders came down the clay road through Kilton, bearing each the banner of the King of Wessex.

    • 1.2(in demonstration)

      pancarta feminine
      • By marching together, carrying banners and chanting slogans, thousands of students peacefully displayed their anger and emotion against the war that had started.
      • Of course, there will be people who will say that these dedicated campaigners were foolish to wave banners carrying the slogans ‘Farmers for Blair!’
      • Each person was forced to sign an agreement not to carry placards or banners, shout slogans, or wear clothes with written words of complaint.
      • Workers carried a large Solidarity banner and chanted antigovernment slogans during the demonstration.
      • Nearly 5,000 people protested in central Sofia, carrying banners with slogans such as ‘Why?’
      • They carried banners with the slogan ‘No to Terrorism’.
      • Crowds flooded into Tiananmen Square, shouting slogans and carrying banners.
      • Monaghan joined a number of men carrying a banner bearing the slogan ‘Free all political prisoners now’.
      • Workers carried placards and banners, and raised slogans against privatisation and increases in electricity prices.
      • Another large group of elderly men carried regimental banners in procession up the aisle.
      • A new supporters' club has adopted the name ‘Red Ultras’ and carried a banner with the slogan into matches at Pittodrie and in Glasgow.
      • Over 10,000 miners held a demonstration, carrying a banner denouncing the government and calling for the arrest and public trial of the mine bureau directors.
      • The Japanese Embassy cautioned Japanese in China not to wear their blue national team jerseys or carry firecrackers or banners with confrontational slogans to the final.
      • They carried banners and chanted slogans condemning the government for making false election campaign promises that it would improve working conditions.
      • The white-clad girls led the procession carrying banners that called for communal harmony.
      • A young person from each parish will carry their parish banner in the entrance procession.
      • Before the rally, about 1,000 people marched through the centre of Camden, waving banners and chanting slogans against the imminent closure.
      • Large numbers of riot police were deployed against the small demonstration and confiscated banners and posters being carried by the unionists.
      • The protesters displayed antiwar banners and chanted antiwar slogans in front of policemen carrying rifles and a concrete blockade installed in street of the embassy compound.
      • Over the path are slender steel arches designed to carry banners that give a festive and heraldic flavour to both internal and external paths.

  • 2also banner headline

    gran titular masculine
  • 3also banner advert

    (internet advertisement)
    banner (publicitario) masculine


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