abucheo translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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abucheo

  
      sm   booing, jeering  
ganarse un abucheo        (Teat)   to be booed, be hissed (at)  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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exp.
to be booed
[Theat.]
exp.
be hissed (at)
[Theat.]
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'abucheo' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
ganarse un abucheo
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"abucheo": examples and translations in context
Puede que inventen un abucheo mudo. Anything could happen, like they invent a silent boo.
Si oyen un abucheo, le damos la bienvenida... porque le damos la bienvenida a la libertad de expresión. If you're hearing a boo, we welcome that... because we welcome freedom of speech.
En vez de aplauso... - recibe un abucheo. Rather than being applauded, the defender is booed...
Ninguna película puede alguna vez sobrevivir al abucheo imprudente del escarnio público. No film can ever survive the blaze and hiss of public scorn.
Al Hombre Blanco, por Eugene Mama, en el día del abucheo The White Man, by Eugene Mama Look-a boo boo day.
Los fanáticos alzan sus voces. - Alto... con un abucheo 'Boxing fans raise your voices...' - Stop.'...
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