Traducción de downmarket en español:

downmarket

Pronunciación /ˈdaʊnˌmɑrkət/ /daʊnˈmɑːkɪt/ /ˈdaʊnmɑːkɪt/

Ver definición en español de popular

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    the paper has gone downmarket el diario ha perdido categoría

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    (newspaper) popular
    (store) barato
    (store) que vende a un sector popular del mercado
    (TV show) dirigido a las masas
    a more downmarket part of town un barrio más popular
    • It looked and felt like a downmarket tabloid, but it was in a war it could not win against the more richly resourced Daily Record, Sun or Mirror.
    • Perhaps there should be another target for this blog entry - and that's the people who are willing to take their politics/ideals and morals from a downmarket tabloid newspaper.
    • Blunkett stands accused of colluding with Britain's most powerful downmarket tabloids to further his war with the family of his lover.
    • The best hope of avoiding a downmarket tabloid TV future lies in the pressure currently being put on the networks to clean up their act.
    • He faced questioning on the opposite problem; what if tenants deliberately went downmarket into unhealthily poor housing in order to pocket more of their allowance?
    • Of the 200 periodicals and newspapers she approaches for work, only one replies: The Weekly Comet, a downmarket supermarket tabloid in the National Enquirer mould.
    • Crosse glanced around to discover the source of this unpleasant opener and wasn't surprised to find that the interested party represented a downmarket tabloid.
    • Many broadsheet readers are snobby about the tabloid format, simply because it's associated with more downmarket content.
    • The cheap plastic on the centre console looks downmarket next to the interior fittings of, say, a Ford C-Max, and the footrest came adrift a number of times during my week with the car.
    • It tended to have very downmarket front pages and then an attempt to be slightly more upmarket inside.
    • A downmarket sausage can contain less meat than other ingredients such as soya, artificial additives and colouring, cereal, rusk and e numbers to prolong its supermarket shelf life.
    • Equally worrying, its audience has moved downmarket, with a drop of around 10 per cent year-on-year among the more affluent ABC1 viewers.
    • Yet if you look at the mass circulation downmarket newspapers, or the plethora of glossy celeb mags you would think there was a national obsession with C-list publicity seekers.
    • She spent most of her early life not far from Rodeo Drive, but in a decidedly more downmarket part of Beverly Hills where the family fashion was shaped by what they could find in charity shops.
    • The paper has been taken downmarket, upmarket, redesigned, relaunched, and started a price war with the Sun - all without finding any new readers.
    • Detractors have questioned the company's commitment to Scotland and some suggest that its image may be pulled downmarket in the same way as rival Burberry in the UK.
    • On one speech day we calculated that a full 25% of the motors had been hired by mums and dads who obviously felt their own wheels were too downmarket.
    • It was downmarket daytime telly for housewives.
    • It was also a dismal store and the concept of trying to serve both upmarket and downmarket clients was never going to work.
    • It's just the kind of story you might find in a downmarket women's magazine.