Translation of extravaganza in Spanish:


gran espectáculo, n.

Pronunciation /ɪkˌstrævəˈɡænzə/ /ɪkˌstravəˈɡanzə/ /ɛkˌstravəˈɡanzə/

See Spanish definition of fantasía


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    Cinema Theatre
    (realizado con alarde de color, fantasía y dinero) gran espectáculo masculine
    it was a public relations extravaganza fue un alarde publicitario por parte de la empresa (or la organización etc.)
    • Visitors enjoyed a musical extravaganza at the first night of ensembles organised by Bolton Music Service.
    • The producer of the extravaganza is Lindy Shaw, who says she has been arranging it since Christmas.
    • This is a spectacular extravaganza of flamenco, theatre, song and live stallions.
    • Many dance, theater, and music groups continue to rely on the state, which gives emphasis to large productions and extravaganzas, controls major venues, and often has an agenda for the artists to follow.
    • Replacing the old revues and girlie extravaganzas, ‘book shows’ now used songs to define character and propel plot.
    • For a long time, Susan performed her entertaining extravaganzas from the outdated, cramped kitchen/family room in her classic Cape Cod home.
    • These extravaganzas feature dance, music and dramas depicting the cultural life of various communities performed by various artistes from all over the country.
    • The play takes the audience back to 1898 through presentations of wild west acts, musical extravaganzas, ridiculous comedy, a touch of burlesque and boxing - all of which actually took place in the Palace Grand Theatre.
    • But the slums are those in India, and the movies are the giddy, over-the-top extravaganzas produced in the busy film capital known as ‘Bollywood.’
    • Aerial fireworks produce their luminous extravaganzas through the effective combustion of groups of small pellets, which contain all the ingredients necessary to create a particular effect.
    • It takes guts to break the perpetual spiral of dinner parties, in which you and your friends continually invite each other round for increasingly elaborate culinary extravaganzas.
    • Forget gourmet cuisine, decadent drug-soaked clubbing extravaganzas, and entertainment crossroads of the world for a moment.
    • This year there are all kinds of marketing events and spectacles and extravaganzas there.
    • An entertainment extravaganza that promises to be bigger and better than ever before kicks off in Trowbridge on Monday.
    • The pub's tent would feature a selection of real ales and a special Bingley Show beer produced for the extravaganza.
    • It's a extravaganza of fun and entertainment of an unprecedented nature over the three days.
    • Patriotic tunes, band standards, choral selections and holiday classics traditionally are featured in four musical extravaganzas by the ensembles at Iowa State.
    • In fact, if posterity decides to remember any of these extravaganzas, it will probably be due more to clever packaging and mixing of media than to any innate musical quality.
    • He continued to dress up, performing in specially commissioned musical extravaganzas, when not sitting for yet another portrait.
    • So, I don't look to the Super Bowl to see singing and dancing extravaganzas.
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    Literature Music
    fantasía feminine