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Translation of "pantomime" - English-Spanish dictionary

pantomime

noun   /ˈpæn·tə·maɪm/ UK
a funny play for children that is performed around Christmas obra de teatro navideña
(Definition of pantomime from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pantomime

noun /ˈpӕntəmaim/
a play performed at Christmas time, usually based on a popular fairy tale, with music, dancing, comedy etc. revista musical en época de Navidades (Brit) The TV star is currently appearing ina pantomime in Ipswich.
(also mime) a performance by an actor done without using words pantomima He studied pantomime in acting school.
(Definition of pantomime from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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