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Translation of "narrate" - English-Spanish dictionary

narrate

verb   /nəˈreɪt/ formal
to tell the story in a book, movie, play, etc. narrar ‘Peter and the Wolf’, narrated by actress Glenn Close
(Definition of narrate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

narrate

verb /nəˈreit/
to tell (a story) narrar, contar He narrated the events of the afternoon.
narration noun
narración, relato The actor is providing the narration of the new documentary.
narrative /ˈnarətiv/ noun
a story narrativa, narración, relato an exciting narrative.
narrator noun
a person who tells a story narrador The narrator of the book is a 15-year-old boy called Jim.
a person who tells you what is happening or explains something in a film narrador The narrator provides a commentary on the scenes that pass before us on the screen.
(Definition of narrate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “narrate”
in Korean 이야기하다…
in Arabic يَسرِد, يَروي…
in Malaysian menceritakan…
in French raconter…
in Russian рассказывать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 講(故事), 敘述…
in Italian narrare…
in Turkish anlatmak, söylemek…
in Polish opowiadać, być narratorem…
in Vietnamese kể lại…
in Portuguese narrar…
in Thai บรรยาย…
in German erzählen…
in Catalan narrar…
in Japanese (劇、映画などの)語り手を務める…
in Chinese (Simplified) 讲(故事), 叙述…
in Indonesian menceritakan…
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