Translation of escapism in Spanish:


escapismo, n.

Pronunciation /əˈskeɪpˌɪzəm/ /ɪˈskeɪpɪz(ə)m/ /ɛˈskeɪpɪz(ə)m/

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    escapismo masculine
    • There was some fantasy, some escapism and a lot of joy in performing for my parents and my friends in school plays.
    • Entertainment provides escapism, even happiness for a lot of people.
    • It was sheer fantasy, sheer escapism.
    • Thus it suggests a volatile mix of resentment, escapism and childlike fantasy.
    • The four of you have based your performances on the laudable premise of entertainment & escapism.
    • Reluctant to accept responsibility, you have tendencies toward escapism.
    • It has an element of fantasy and escapism, which has led viewers to say it depicts some kind of extreme.
    • There certainly seems to be a streak of fantasy or perhaps escapism involved.
    • Some people just go to movies for escapism and they want the illusion it's some reality unfolding in front of their eyes.
    • Imagination is not simply a daydream or idle escapism, but rather an empowering force.
    • While commonplace wisdom spurns escapism, practical experience sometimes calls for it.
    • On one level his writing is pure escapism - adventure stories laced with magic, witchcraft and fantasy.
    • It is also clear that, although they may claim to offer escapism, most computer games reflect the capitalist society they are produced in.
    • Stories have a variety of functions in our culture, from pure escapism to vehicles for personal growth or social reform.
    • For an industry that relies on escapism, necessary caution has already brought an irrevocable change.
    • This is definitely a novel I would recommend if you are looking for a few hours of entertaining escapism.
    • His films do not pander to escapism or to the audiences settled expectations about entertainment.
    • The series was pure escapism and unashamedly exploited a fantasy.
    • Understandably, cinema is a popular form of escapism in this troubled country for those who can afford it.
    • When I go to a big summer blockbuster, I expect pure escapism.