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Translation of "portray" - English-Spanish dictionary

portray

verb   /pɔːˈtreɪ/
I to represent or describe someone or something in a painting, film, book, or other artistic work representar, describir The painting portrays a beautiful young woman in a blue dress. The writer portrays life in a small village at the turn of the century.1343
portrayal noun   /-əl/
representación, descripción His latest movie is a grim portrayal of wartime suffering.13431467
(Definition of portray from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

portray

verb /poːˈtrei/
to make a portrait of retratar, hacer un retrato; pintar, describir In this painting, the king is portrayed sitting on his throne.
to act the part of representar, interpretar el papel de the actor who portrays Hamlet.
portrayal /poːˈtreiəl/ noun
the act of portraying representación, retrato The film is a largely accurate portrayal of the writer’s life.
(Definition of portray from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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