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Translation of "theme" - English-Spanish dictionary

theme

noun   /θiːm/
the subject of a book, movie, speech, etc. tema The theme of loss is present in most of his novels.
(Definition of theme from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

theme

noun /θiːm/
the subject of a discussion, essay etc tema, asunto The theme for tonight’s talk is education.
in a piece of music, the main melody, which may be repeated often. tema
theme park /ˈθiːm ˌpaːk/ noun
a large park where people go to enjoy themselves, for example by riding on a rollercoaster, and where the entertainment is based around one particular theme Parque Tematico Seaworld is a theme park dedicated to the inhabitants of the world’s oceans.
(Definition of theme from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “theme”
in Korean 주제…
in Arabic مَوْضوع…
in Malaysian tema…
in French sujet, thème…
in Russian тема…
in Chinese (Traditional) 主題, (談話、書籍、電影等的)題目,主題…
in Italian soggetto…
in Turkish tema, konu…
in Polish temat…
in Vietnamese chủ đề…
in Portuguese tema…
in Thai หัวข้อ, ส่วนของบทเพลง ท่อนซ้ำ…
in German das Thema…
in Catalan tema…
in Japanese テーマ, 主題, 論題…
in Chinese (Simplified) 主题, (谈话、书籍、电影等的)题目,主题…
in Indonesian tema…
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