Translation of naturalistic in Spanish:


naturalista, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌnætʃ(ə)rəˈlɪstɪk/ /natʃ(ə)rəˈlɪstɪk/

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    (painting/description) naturalista
    • Discourse analysis of this type involves the transcription and qualitative analysis of speech samples derived from naturalistic speech contexts.
    • By the mid-60s, his works had become more naturalistic, more ornithologically precise, and more topographically accurate.
    • Mumbling, stumbling and uncertain, he managed to combine the theatricality of a great performance with the naturalistic details of finely observed human behaviour.
    • Clucking the tongue is a good example, but there are plenty of others - kissing, spitting or slurping noises, for example, or naturalistic imitations of animal sounds.
    • Does the digital camera evoke more ‘realistic’ or naturalistic performances from actors, who are accustomed to home video cameras in private life?
    • More naturalistic are the latest mosaic ‘pebble ‘tiles, popular for contemporary bathrooms as a floor and wall covering.’
    • The little River Quaggy has been liberated from decades of confinement in a concrete culvert and given a new naturalistic course; a home for wildlife and a delight for people.
    • New York's Bronx Zoo, one of the greatest and a pioneer of naturalistic wildlife habitats in zoo-keeping, helped save the bison early last century.
    • Park's naturalistic depiction of brutal violence and sadistic torture often make for uncomfortable viewing.
    • Participant observation has the potential to come closer to a naturalistic emphasis, because the qualitative researcher confronts members of a social setting in their natural environments.
    • It is also a learning process for the nearby Academy, which has just a few years to work out how to cope with the huge implications of dealing with a new cohort of pupils who have been learning a language in a naturalistic way for seven years.
    • It was he who first realized that mundane daily life, relayed in completely naturalistic language, contained within it all the ingredients of tragedy.
    • This genre owed its popularity to a combination of a straightforward and lively descriptive style with panoramic architectural and landscape settings full of naturalistic and genre detail.
    • In the past, many Yoruba treated the naturalistic representation of a living person with ambivalence for two main reasons.
    • More than a naturalistic likeness - the poet thought - caricature would be best suited to convey the musician's unconventional persona.
    • His early paintings are tenebrist and naturalistic.
    • He returned to Prague in 1920 and in his later work developed a more naturalistic style based on folk art.
    • This motif had already gained currency in the naturalistic representations of Renaissance artists.
    • Native Son is a fine example of the American novel in the naturalistic tradition.
    • Furthermore, the impression of spontaneity in naturalistic Dutch landscape paintings of the 1620s is a consequence of technical facility and not of an impromptu approach to composition.
    • Having begun as a poet he turned to prose and resolved to follow Zola's naturalistic experiments.
    • But toward the end of the 1500s, art began to lose its uniform stylistic character, becoming naturalistic and classicist, analytical and synthetic, all at the same time.
    • What we need is realism, the naturalistic panorama of a cityscape unfolding.
    • Munch eschewed the naturalistic approach of Krogh, and incorporated expressionist tendencies in his work.
    • The exciting by-product of this way of working is that it produces a style of theatre that is frequently more engaging, imaginative and transformative than adult theatre with all its stuffy naturalistic conventions.
    • Keep the documentary element (the interviews) straightforward and make the dramatic elements feel as real as possible, filming in a naturalistic style with good actors and no apologies.
    • Bratlie makes her best pitch for coherence in a claustrophobic staging that evokes the oppression of the times, doing what she can to break the play's naturalistic stranglehold.
    • There is a distinct lack of cinematic gloss, with a mostly hand-held camera capturing scenes in a raw, naturalistic fashion that actually complements the subject matter perfectly.
    • Even the small selection illustrated here shows a wide range of expressions, from the rather naturalistic Yoruba twin figures to this highly abstract Metoko pair.
    • Although her perception of her hero Ingres and his Renaissance predecessors was conditioned by her own bizarre personality, she aspired to paint in their naturalistic but imaginative manner.
    • His plays have a closer relationship to the pre-20th century high comedies than to the naturalistic comedies of our own time.
    • The exhibition portrays cross-cultural spirituality and socio-historical references in naturalistic contemporary patterns.
    • However, if you're like me and like either fast-paced, dare-to-be different theatre or at least naturalistic theatre done well, steer clear.
    • The film benefits from pared-down, naturalistic cinematography and performances, as well as a pervasive sense of fatalism.
    • Mask theatre is not naturalistic theatre, it has a more poetic feel, and he's got that sensitivity.
    • The direction, too, is smart and understated and is helped by the film's clear, naturalistic cinematography.
    • They mistrusted theatrical actors as being artificial, so those actors got bypassed and the directors were bringing people off the streets, which did produce a naturalistic kind of actor.
    • The earnestly intense and naturalistic performances, fine for Ibsen, fit poorly here and consequently come off as either dangerously self-indulgent or oddly casual.