cliché


cliché
m.
1 cliché, commonplace, old saw, banality.
2 stencil, cliché, plate.
3 cliché, negative of photographic film.
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cliché
nombre masculino
1 (imprenta) plate
2 (fotografía) negative
3 figurado (lugar común) cliché
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SM
1) (Tip) stencil
2) (=tópico) cliché
3) (Fot) negative
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masculino
1) (expresión, idea) cliché
2) (de multicopista) stencil; (Impr) plate; (Fot) negative
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= cliche, stereotyped, stencil, master, spirit master, hackneyed expression.
Ex. The true meaning of the cliche 'A picture is worth more than ten thousand words,' is never more evident than when students first see themselves on camera after simulating reference interviews in the classroom.
Ex. His work is criticized for its triviality, quantity, linguistically impoverished style, anemia of characterization, and cliched, stereotyped ideas and plots.
Ex. The stylus emits tiny sparks which cut minute holes in the surface of the stencil.
Ex. The supply would need to be replenished when the multiple copies had been used, so a master would be kept - usually for offset litho reproduction or for cutting a stencil on an electronic scanner.
Ex. The catalogue covers filmstrips, slides, films, filmloops, portfolios, posters, charts, overhead projection transparencies, kits, cassettes, gramophone records, work cards, educational games, spirit masters, etc.
Ex. By stereotypes I mean the hackneyed expressions people use in a more or less automatic fashion without stopping to think what they really mean.
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* clichés = stereotyping.
* hacer un cliché = cut + stencil.
* lleno de clichés = cliche-ridden.
* novela escrita a base de fórmulas o clichés = formula fiction.
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masculino
1) (expresión, idea) cliché
2) (de multicopista) stencil; (Impr) plate; (Fot) negative
* * *
= cliche, stereotyped, stencil, master, spirit master, hackneyed expression.

Ex: The true meaning of the cliche 'A picture is worth more than ten thousand words,' is never more evident than when students first see themselves on camera after simulating reference interviews in the classroom.

Ex: His work is criticized for its triviality, quantity, linguistically impoverished style, anemia of characterization, and cliched, stereotyped ideas and plots.
Ex: The stylus emits tiny sparks which cut minute holes in the surface of the stencil.
Ex: The supply would need to be replenished when the multiple copies had been used, so a master would be kept - usually for offset litho reproduction or for cutting a stencil on an electronic scanner.
Ex: The catalogue covers filmstrips, slides, films, filmloops, portfolios, posters, charts, overhead projection transparencies, kits, cassettes, gramophone records, work cards, educational games, spirit masters, etc.
Ex: By stereotypes I mean the hackneyed expressions people use in a more or less automatic fashion without stopping to think what they really mean.
* clichés = stereotyping.
* hacer un cliché = cut + stencil.
* lleno de clichés = cliche-ridden.
* novela escrita a base de fórmulas o clichés = formula fiction.

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cliché
masculine
A (expresión) cliché
B
1 (de multicopista) stencil
2 (Impr) plate
3 (Fot) negative
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cliché sustantivo masculino
a) (expresión, idea) cliché

b) (de multicopista) stencil;

(Impr) plate;
(Fot) negative
cliché sustantivo masculino
1 Fot negative
2 Impr plate
3 (tópico) cliché
'cliché' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
latiguillo
- tópica
- tópico
English:
cliché
- stencil
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cliché nm
1. Fot negative
2. Imprenta plate
3. [tópico] cliché
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cliché
m
1 TIP plate
2 (tópico) cliché
* * *
cliché nm
1) : cliché
2) : stencil
3) : negative (of a photograph)

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • cliché — Voz tomada del francés cliché, ‘plancha que se utiliza para reproducir múltiples copias de los textos o imágenes grabados en ella’, ‘negativo fotográfico’ y ‘estereotipo o lugar común’: «No le importa [...] utilizar procedimientos más modernos e… …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

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  • cliché — see CLICHE (Cf. cliche) …   Etymology dictionary

  • clichê — s. m. 1.  [Fotografia] Chapa fotográfica de negativo. 2. Folha estereotipada. 3. Matriz reprodutora de estampas. 4.  [Figurado] Molde ou vulgaridade que a cada passo se repete com as mesmas palavras. = CHAVÃO, LUGAR COMUM • Sinônimo geral: CLICHÉ …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • cliché — (also cliche) ► NOUN 1) a hackneyed or overused phrase or opinion. 2) a very predictable or unoriginal thing or person. DERIVATIVES clichéd (also cliché d) adjective. ORIGIN French, from clicher to stereotype …   English terms dictionary

  • cliché'd — cliché (also cliche) ► NOUN 1) a hackneyed or overused phrase or opinion. 2) a very predictable or unoriginal thing or person. DERIVATIVES clichéd (also cliché d) adjective. ORIGIN French, from clicher to stereotype …   English terms dictionary

  • cliche — 1832, from Fr. cliché, a technical word in printer s jargon for stereotype, supposedly echoic of the sound of a mold striking molten metal, thus pp. of clicher to click (18c.). Figurative extension to worn out expression is first attested 1888,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • cliché — s. m. O mesmo que clichê.   ‣ Etimologia: palavra francesa …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • cliché — (Del fr. cliché). 1. m. clisé (ǁ de imprenta). 2. Tira de película fotográfica revelada, con imágenes negativas. 3. Lugar común, idea o expresión demasiado repetida o formularia …   Diccionario de la lengua española


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