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Spanish translation of “theme”

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)
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