Translation of double meaning in Spanish:

double meaning

doble sentido, n.


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    doble sentido masculine
    • The book's subtitle, 'Her Voice in Paradise', has a double meaning.
    • You need a handbook for guys just to understand the double meaning to everything they say!
    • He knew without a doubt there was a double meaning to her words.
    • Her friends all heard the double meaning in her words.
    • It's quite rude, full of double meanings.
    • He controls his rhetoric to the point that there is absolutely no space for double meanings or misunderstandings.
    • People might read double meaning into that, the station manager was sternly told.
    • Today that rallying cry of the 1970's Feminist Movement rings with ironic and sometimes disastrous double meaning in the American workplace.
    • "You're awake now, Daddy," he says cheerfully in a line heavy with double meaning.
    • "I suppose you could read a double meaning into the slogan," said Heineken's marketing manager Deirdre Watters.
    • When words have double meanings or change in meaning over time, it's no wonder there is such confusion.
    • In times of crisis and press censorship, resistance movements relied on songs or fiction with double meanings to circulate rebel messages.
    • It was a naughty suggestion about fast cars and fast women, with a double meaning thrown in about racing over curves and blinding with headlights.
    • In course of time, cinema has come to feature "double-meaning dialogues", a trend which disturbs her.
    • Schwab notes that, in Endgame, the double-meaning structure of language breaks down.
    • Please take a moment to re-read the last sentence and fully explore its double-meaning.
    • Whether it's weaving in opaque, double-meaning lyrics or sneaking a horn part way deep in the mix, the compositions on Twin Cinema are immediate yet multi-layered.
    • While Mrs. Connelly is generally a sweet and proper old lady, she has a few outrageous or double-meaning lines.
    • Double-meaning lines alone aren't enough to make a film entertaining.
    • "Performative" itself carries the double-meaning of "dramatic" and "non-referential."