Traducción de critic en español:


crítico, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkrɪdɪk/ /ˈkrɪtɪk/

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    Arte Literatura Teatro
    crítico masculino
    crítica femenino
    a literary/theater/music critic un crítico literario/teatral/de música
    • She worked first as a news reporter, then feature writer, film critic and agony aunt.
    • This is also true of newspaper critics who cover the arts, films, music, and books.
    • His films have divided critics and commentators like those of no other American director.
    • They commented how a lot of viewers and even critics misunderstood the film and its code.
    • You will go to a screening with other critics then write a review to appear in the paper with a photograph of you.
    • In the last few days, film critics have been allowed to see and review the movie.
    • In fact, his appetite led him to depths of observation that eluded many other artists and critics.
    • The prizes are voted for by North American film critics and awarded in January.
    • What do you think should be the role of film critics in today's film culture?
    • It is extremely important for feminist film critics to begin to address these questions.
    • His career as a film critic provides particularly revealing clues about his desire to collect.
    • I suggest to him that universal popularity is rarely appreciated by film critics.
    • A brief stint as an art editor and critic saw Peeradina reviewing books, plays and movies.
    • She got poor reviews from the critics, who appear to have turned completely against her.
    • The critics who attacked the work were not of course implying that Dali could not paint.
    • Why do critics think that a legitimate purpose of criticism is to attack art?
    • In this respect, he has been sadly misunderstood and his work misrepresented by his critics.
    • Knowing that you've got a really big audience in but they're all critics would be a bit of a mixed blessing.
    • Acclaimed as a comic masterpiece by critics, it stars Malcolm Adams and Hugh Lee.
    • In the end, the mistake critics always make when dismissing a musical genre is to damn it for what it's not.
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    detractor masculino
    detractora femenino
    he struck back at his critics devolvió el golpe a sus detractores
    • critics of the scheme los detractores del proyecto
    • In his last decade, Irving had to endure the sceptical opinions of a new and young breed of critics.
    • At the time, critics attacked the show for pandering to the middle class fear of a right wing police state.
    • Sadly it has been used by too many people as a weapon to attack their critics with.
    • You say that critics are sceptical, but I wonder whether this is money well spent.
    • For every fan there has been a critic and no player has polarised public opinion more.
    • There are many critics of this system.
    • I know the play-off system has its critics but it definitely keeps the season alive.
    • It was this generation who became the strongest critics of the communist system.
    • He's also a strident critic of the auction system, and dubious about recent reforms.
    • It takes real guts to stop being just a critic of the system and come up with solutions, both practical and theoretical.
    • He already had his critics but the scepticism now permeates the public as it has not done before.
    • The poll tax had its critics but it was a lot fairer than the current system.
    • I was for many years a supporter of the planning system, then a doubter, now a critic.
    • Threatening to sue in order to silence a critic has simply spread the criticism much, much farther.
    • It was more closely modelled on the imperial system than either critic or supporter ever concedes.
    • The chancellor also had something up his sleeve for his critics in the City.
    • We won't believe things are as bad as critics say until we turn on our tap and no water flows out.
    • These critics have no idea about the stress the exams cause to the students, teachers and parents.
    • Some critics of this letter may argue that at 19, I really have no right to speak out.
    • The Sunday Herald has also had its critics, most employed by rival publications.