Translation of Everyman in Spanish:

Everyman

hombre de la calle, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛvriˌmæn/ /ˈɛvrɪman/

noun

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    hombre de la calle masculine
    hombre de a pie masculine
    hombre cualquiera masculine
    • He never styles himself an Everyman, and makes an issue of his speech impediment: ‘It's a stammer, not scat jazz.’
    • These two exquisite miniature plays about death, each running only about a half hour, may well have been inspired by the anonymous Everyman.
    • I wanted him to be like a real Everyman, like a guy who's trying to disappear.
    • James can be seen as an American Everyman at the end of the Gilded Age, wealthy in money, but stingy and bankrupt in spirit.
    • He grows emotionally and spiritually over the course of the piece, and because of that, he's the Everyman here.
    • At the same time, Page denies that his character, whose name evokes T.S. Eliot, is meant to be an Everyman.
    • Is this convergence of tastes proof that Canada's CEO is, after all, a real Everyman?
    • My work may seem to belong to different schools, but in fact so much of my work is about the same thing: the Everyman becoming a hero.
    • However, it is Austerlitz's memory which makes him emblematic, an Everyman.
    • Oedipus seems curiously at home everywhere, as if he were the Everyman of the 20th century.
    • ‘It's about the Everyman, and how we are able to laugh about ourselves,’ says Brody.
    • In the most compelling photographs, the clown is an isolated Everyman, and we are given the freedom to peruse his psychological depth.
    • Whereas the orderly Everyman respected and obeyed its conventions, the Elizabethans lived - and how they lived!
    • His cover for us showed an Everyman, eyes fixed on a broadsheet newspaper, while in the sky above him rockets raged at one another like so many malevolent paper darts.
    • He also showed off what looked to be a rock CD booklet; the cover photograph zoomed in on the pleading eyes of a young Everyman.
    • Kane uses Adrian Lester's minicab driver as his Everyman, the voice of reason in this mixed-up world, and a Brixton salsa club as his meeting point.
    • A contemporary Everyman is placed in an extreme situation, his body a reminder of the transient state of all our bodies.
    • Whereas Tom Friedman, in his columnist job for seven years now, is, as he tells it, just your basic Everyman.
    • Now that I have the perspective of age, I like to think Ray Tiffin was the Everyman of my time and place in life.
    • In a simple, almost primitive style Facey told the story of his life, which has a typicality that has made him into an Australian Everyman.