cartel


cartel
m.
1 poster (anuncio).
prohibido fijar carteles billposters will be prosecuted (en letrero)
2 cartel, combine.
3 satirical poster, pasquinade.
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cartel
nombre masculino
1 poster, bill
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FRASEOLOGÍA
de cartel figurado reputed
en cartel running, on
esa película lleva 6 meses en cartel that film has been running for 6 months
'Prohibido fijar carteles' "Post no bills"
tener (buen) cartel figurado to be popular
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noun m.
cartel
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SM
1) (=póster) poster

el cartel del Festival — the poster for the Festival

se prohíbe fijar carteles — stick no bills, post no bills

ser cabeza de cartel — to be top of the bill

en cartel: esa película ya no está en cartel — that film is not showing yet, that film is not on yet

"Cats" lleva años en cartel — "Cats" has been running for years

2) (=letrero) sign

no vi el cartel de "prohibido fumar" — I didn't see the no smoking sign

3) (=fama)

tener cartel — to be well known

un torero de cartel — a star bullfighter

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I
masculino
a) (de publicidad, propaganda) poster; (letrero) sign

lleva dos meses en cartel — obra/película it has been on for two months

b) (fama)

de cartel — <cantante/actor> famous; <torero> star (before n)

una corrida de mucho cartel — a bullfight with some big names

II
cártel masculino cartel
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= poster, placard, cartel.
Ex. The physical format of a document (for example, a book filmstrip, poster) is unlikely to be fully evident from a catalogue.
Ex. The largest collection is on graphic arts, comprising 900 reference works, catalogues, leaflets and placards.
Ex. Such alliances, however, may eventually lead to monopoly or oligopoly in a region and cartel over the world.
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* cartel de la OPEC, el = OPEC cartel, the.
* cartel plegable = sandwich board.
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I
masculino
a) (de publicidad, propaganda) poster; (letrero) sign

lleva dos meses en cartel — obra/película it has been on for two months

b) (fama)

de cartel — <cantante/actor> famous; <torero> star (before n)

una corrida de mucho cartel — a bullfight with some big names

II
cártel masculino cartel
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= poster, placard, cartel.

Ex: The physical format of a document (for example, a book filmstrip, poster) is unlikely to be fully evident from a catalogue.

Ex: The largest collection is on graphic arts, comprising 900 reference works, catalogues, leaflets and placards.
Ex: Such alliances, however, may eventually lead to monopoly or oligopoly in a region and cartel over the world.
* cartel de la OPEC, el = OPEC cartel, the.
* cartel plegable = sandwich board.

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cartel1
masculine
1 (de publicidad, propaganda) poster; (letrero) sign
[ S ] prohibido fijar carteles post o stick no bills, ≈ bill stickers o bill posters will be prosecuted
lleva dos meses en cartel «obra» it has been on o running for two months;
«película» it has been on o showing for two months
2
(fama): de cartel ‹cantante/actor› famous;
‹torero› star (before n)
una corrida de mucho cartel a bullfight with some big names, a bullfighting bill which will draw a big crowd
tiene cartel «actor/político» he's a big attraction o a crowd puller
Compuesto:
cartel luminoso
neon sign
cartel2, cártel cartel de Medellín y cartel de Cali (↑ cartel 31)
masculine
cartel
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cartel sustantivo masculino (de publicidad, propaganda) poster;
(letrero) sign;
cartel luminoso neon sign;

lleva dos meses en cartel [obra/película] it has been on for two months;
de cartel ‹cantante/actorfamous;

torerostar (before n)
cartel sustantivo masculino poster
pegar carteles, to put up posters
prohibido fijar carteles, post no bills
'cartel' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
anuncio
- edición
- letrero
- no
- aviso
- clavar
English:
cartel
- play
- poster
- put up
- sign
- board
- fold
- run
- syndicate
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cartel1 nm
1. [anuncio] poster;
prohibido fijar carteles [en letrero] post o stick no bills;
estar en cartel [película, obra de teatro] to be on, to be showing
2. [fama]
tener buen/mal cartel to be popular/unpopular;
un actor de cartel a well-known actor
cartel2, cártel nm
1. [de empresas] cartel
2. [de droga, crimen] cartel, syndicate;
el cartel de Cali/Medellín the Cali/Medellín cartel
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cartel
m
1 poster;
estar en cartel de película, espectáculo be on
2
:
de cartel famous;
tener buen cartel be well known
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cartel nm
: sign, poster
cártel or
cartel nm
: cartel
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cartel n poster

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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