Translation of carte blanche in Spanish:

carte blanche

Pronunciation /kɑrt ˈblɑnʃ/ /kɑːt ˈblɑːnʃ/


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    to give sb/have carte blanche darle a algn/tener carta blanca
    • The letter directs him to use his discretion, but he's given carte blanche to tell them whatever he wants.
    • You are given carte blanche to tell people what you think, and as long as you don't actually stab someone, you will be pretty much forgiven.
    • They were given carte blanche to come up with their very best model.
    • As professional planters working for a wealthy proprietor, they were given carte blanche to transform the estate and a pair of dilapidated bungalows.
    • Geoffrey Rush plays Superintendent Hare, who is given carte blanche to track down, capture, or if necessary kill Ned Kelly.
    • George Benjamin has been given carte blanche to devise nine concerts for one of the world's greatest orchestras.
    • Obviously being given carte blanche to choose a free book is a big responsibility.
    • Most of Williams' dialogue has an improvisational quality to it - as if he was told the substance of his dialogue, but was given carte blanche as far as word choice and delivery.
    • Even though chewing is natural and healthy, that does not mean that the dog should be given carte blanche and allowed to chew everything in sight.
    • Within the hour I was provided with a car from a reliable car hire agency and was given carte blanche to go wherever I wanted to until my car had been repaired.
    • McLaren approached Board producers and asked that Larkin be given carte blanche to make any film using the charcoal technique.
    • Assistants and servants had been given carte blanche to run up bills in the town.
    • At the same time we were given carte blanche, we could do what we wanted.
    • The Maine Road chief will be given carte blanche to spend big, with the board confident their manager can fulfil his stated ambition to make the Blues a top six premiership club.
    • Nor did this particular state-nobility compact always mean that the nobility were given carte blanche to extend their grip on rural society.
    • Given carte blanche, Goldman decided to make style a priority.
    • To be sure, he admits, individuals may sign up as they wish, but they also enjoy carte blanche to withdraw.
    • Whatever action you may wish to take you have carte blanche to do so.
    • Ministers are promising to take an axe to regulations governing schools, handing headteachers carte blanche to design the curriculum in their school as they wish.