Translation of barnstorming in Spanish:


arrollador, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈbɑrnstɔrmɪŋ/ /ˈbɑːnstɔːmɪŋ/


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    • Mrs Catling, a married mother-of-two, was ‘fast-tracked’ into the Labour-held seat last year after a barnstorming performance in the last General Election, when she cut the majority by half.
    • It wasn't quite the barnstorming performance of previous eras.
    • Clapton has covered the Johnson songbook throughout his career, most famously in ‘Crossroads’, his barnstorming showstopper when he was in Cream more than 30 years ago.
    • Seven of the nine selections are Peterson compositions and rather than a barnstorming concert opener, Oscar chooses a quiet, reflective piece, Nighttime.
    • In the Best Supporting Actor category, Chris Cooper deservedly picked up the gold statuette for his barnstorming performance in Adaptation.
    • After a multitude of barnstorming performances on the left side, Danny Tiatto was judged the best player in the Maine Road ranks last campaign.
    • Beckham clearly felt his barnstorming performance on Wednesday night was the right moment to quit on a high.
    • It is a beautiful and well thought out characterisation and more effective to me than the rather barnstorming performance of Michael Feast in the same role at Chichester.
    • Following Andrew Bolt's barnstorming performance on ABC Victoria last Friday, I decided to test the Herald Sun ban once again by submitting the following letter for publication.
    • US Ryder Cup captain Curtis Strange led the praise for Colin Montgomerie after the Scot's barnstorming performance in Europe's famous victory.
    • What did he make of Bobo Balde's barnstorming performance in Vigo?
    • Even something as barnstorming, and as seemingly tied to the attendant distortion, as ‘Six Barrel Shotgun’ would work just as well as an acoustic stomper.
    • Peter Mandelson delivered an extraordinary, barnstorming speech that (I never thought I'd write this) eloquently expressed the views of the left - or the Israeli left, at least.
    • Porter featured again, with Kim Criswell barnstorming her way through I've Still Got My Health.
    • The Chancellor's conference speeches are always barnstorming.
    • It's not as barnstorming as many interpretations but carefully charting all the work's expressive depths; both the A major Rondo and the lengthy A minor Allegro are done with equal sensitivity.
    • Brian Minto took on Vincent Maddalone in what we can classify as barnstorming affair.
    • Those who are fans of great barnstorming piano works will most definitely warm to this disc which is expertly annotated and scintillatingly interpreted from first note to last.
    • The lithe spirit is somewhat changed for the Sixth Concerto which is a full blown four movement work containing much barnstorming and magnificence all around.
    • That the let's-put-on-a-show plot was age-old mattered not among lively performances, inventive comedy and barnstorming dance routines.