telenovela

f.
1 television soap opera.
2 television serial, serial, soap opera.
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telenovela
nombre femenino
1 soap opera
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noun f.
serial
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SF soap (opera), TV serial
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femenino soap opera
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= soap opera.
Ex. There was no support for a hypothesis that there would be more provocatively dressed women in sporting event adverts than in those accompanying soap operas or prime time shows = No se confirmó la hipótesis de que habría más mujeres vestidas de una forma provocativa en los anuncios de los acontecimientos deportivos que en los que se emiten con las telenovelas o con los programas de mayor audiencia.
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femenino soap opera
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= soap opera.

Ex: There was no support for a hypothesis that there would be more provocatively dressed women in sporting event adverts than in those accompanying soap operas or prime time shows = No se confirmó la hipótesis de que habría más mujeres vestidas de una forma provocativa en los anuncios de los acontecimientos deportivos que en los que se emiten con las telenovelas o con los programas de mayor audiencia.

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telenovela
feminine
soap opera
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telenovela sustantivo femenino
soap opera
telenovela sustantivo femenino serial, soap opera
'telenovela' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
comedia
English:
installment
- instalment
- soap
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telenovela nf
TV soap opera
TELENOVELA
Telenovelas are TV soap operas, mainly originating in Mexico and Colombia, which are hugely popular in Spanish-speaking countries, and are even exported as far afield as Russia and Eastern Europe. They have their roots in the “radionovela”, which first developed in Cuba in the 1930s. Their stories can run for hundreds of episodes, eventually leading to a climactic ending. Some have historical settings, and while a few have dealt with topical controversies, many are far removed from the everyday life of most viewers, and typically depict an upper-class family stricken by fate, tragedy or passion.
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telenovela
f soap (opera)
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telenovela nf
: soap opera
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telenovela n soap opera

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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