Translation of tale in Spanish:

tale

cuento, n.

Pronunciation /teɪl/

Definition of cuento in Spanish

noun

  • 1

    cuento masculine
    relato masculine
    I could tell you a tale or two about him! ¡si yo te contara lo que sé de él!
    • to tell tales contar chismes / cuentos
    • I don't want to hear if you've just come to tell tales no me vengas con chismes / cuentos que no quiero saber nada
    • that's not true: you're telling tales! ¡mentira! ¡eso es un cuento chino!
    • to tell tales out of school andar con chismes / cuentos
    • Mary and Tom Coogan's story is an inspirational tale of a true and deep love that conquered tragedy.
    • Chloe of the Midnight Storytellers will amuse the guests by recounting tales from myth and legend, as well as adaptations of literary short stories.
    • Although the author offers up many intriguing story ingredients and historical tales, she lacks a central driving narrative.
    • As a young boy, Andrew Roberts, the leading historian, thrilled to the tales in Our Island Story, and he's delighted that it is now being reprinted.
    • Like the myth of Hercules, the legend of Samson is a tale recounted in many cultures.
    • After the First World War public taste shifted away from the short story to the novel-length tale.
    • Ghost stories, tales of the supernatural and horror films all scare us via confrontation with the unknown.
    • Some stories are much too good to be true, tales so full of emotion and pathos that they compel a journalist to step back and reconsider.
    • Radio broadcasts and recordings of epic tales and local histories told by leading griots have helped transport this literature into the twenty-first century.
    • The authors of classics like Haunted Heartland have returned with a brand new collection of ghost stories and haunted tales from all across the country.
    • Like other Central Asian peoples, the Turkmens have a rich folklore tradition of epic stories, tales, and lyric poems.
    • All the ethnic groups of Uganda have a rich oral tradition of tales, legends, stories, proverbs, and riddles.
    • Elders, by means of recitation of stories, tales, and legends, were also significant teachers.
    • While it is true that the Hogwarts tales are supposed to appeal to young readers, personnel at bookstalls say that there is no dearth of adult readers who cannot wait to see what Rowling has in store in the new book.
    • He can also recount tales of his solo effort through the awesome Atlas mountains in Morocco in addition to his conquering the magnificent but deadly Picos De Europa in North West Spain.
    • Set in Edwardian London, the movie starts off with Wendy who narrates harrowing tales of swordplay and Captain Hook, who fears nothing but a ticking clock.
    • They carry with them proof of their amazing visits, and can spend much time narrating tales about every photograph and testimonial they carry with them.
    • Improbable tales of true love overcoming desperate odds are a hallmark of Bollywood, the Indian film genre watched by millions worldwide.
    • New research, published yesterday, suggests children's love of contemporary fiction means classic tales are being left on the shelves.
    • In traditional storytelling, trickster tales are often greeted with laughter.