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Translation of "author" - English-Spanish dictionary

author

noun   /ˈɔː·θər/
B1 someone who writes a book, article, etc. autor, -ora a popular author of children’s fiction
(Definition of author from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

author

noun /ˈoːθə/ ( feminine sometimes authoress)
the writer of a book, article, play etc autor; autora He used to be a well-known author but his books are out of print now a best-selling author.
authorship noun
the state or fact of being an author autoría The authorship of the play is disputed.
(Definition of author from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “author”
in Korean 작가…
in Arabic مُؤلِّف, كاتِب…
in Malaysian penulis…
in French auteur/-eure…
in Russian автор…
in Chinese (Traditional) 作者,作家, 著者, 發起者,始創人…
in Italian autore, -trice…
in Turkish yazar…
in Polish autor/ka, pisa-rz/rka…
in Vietnamese tác giả…
in Portuguese autor, -ora…
in Thai ผู้เขียน…
in German der/die Autor(in)…
in Catalan autor, -a…
in Japanese 作家, 著者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 作者,作家, 著者, 发起者,创始人…
in Indonesian pengarang…
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