Translation of BBC English in Spanish:

BBC English

inglés de la BBC, n.

noun

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    (hablado por sus locutores y considerado estándar) inglés de la BBC masculine
    • He writes these magnificent sweeping sentences in this wonderful old BBC English that nobody actually speaks anymore.
    • I have never heard Ms Grant speak and I do not know or care if her accent is cut-glass BBC English, Scouse or Glaswegian.
    • So, since Shakespearean nobles did not uphold the standards of today's BBC English, they must have had no standards at all, right?
    • Not coincidentally, the early twentieth-century BBC radio announcers were required to wear dinner jackets for their evening broadcasts, while disseminating the news in their correct BBC English.
    • Because traditional BBC English sounded too bossy, she has a ‘mid-Atlantic’ accent.
    • Members of the centre are granted access to BBC English teaching materials as well as BBC videos on its premises.
    • As I understand it, traditional BBC English, in contrast, is perceived by most people as being a marked value.
    • This special race, in aid of BBC Sport Relief, will feature 14 mascots representing each of the BBC English regions.