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artist

noun /ˈaːtist/
a person who paints pictures or is a sculptor or is skilled at one of the other arts
artista
a landscape/portrait artist.
a singer, dancer, actor etc; an artiste
artista
He announced the names of the artists who were taking part in the show.
artistic adjective liking or skilled in painting, music etc
artístico
She draws and paints – she’s very artistic.
created or done with skill and good taste
artístico
That flower arrangement looks very artistic.
artistically adverb
artísticamente
an artistically gifted child.
artistry noun artistic skill
maestría, arte, talento artístico
the musician’s artistry.
artistic licence /aːˈtistik ˈlaisəns/ /aːrˈtistik ˈlaisəns/ noun ( artistic license) the way in which artists or writers change facts in order to make their work more interesting or beautiful
Licencía Artistica
You have to allow for artistic licence.
Translations of “artist”
in Arabic فَنّان…
in Korean 예술가…
in Malaysian pelukis, artis…
in French artiste…
in Turkish ressam…
in Italian artista…
in Chinese (Traditional) 藝術家, 美術家, 畫家…
in Russian художник…
in Polish artyst-a/ka…
in Vietnamese hoạ sĩ, nghệ sĩ…
in Portuguese artista…
in Thai ศิลปิน, นักแสดง, นักร้อง…
in German der/die Künstler(in)…
in Catalan artista…
in Japanese 芸術家, 画家…
in Indonesian seniman, artis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 艺术家, 美术家, 画家…
(Definition of artist from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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