abucheo translation | Spanish-English dictionary



      sm   booing, jeering  
ganarse un abucheo        (Teat)   to be booed, be hissed (at)  
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to be booed
be hissed (at)
'abucheo' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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.
Oh, abucheo, estar de vuelta en un minuto. Oh, boo, we'll get it back in a minute.
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.
Ninguna película puede alguna vez sobrevivir al abucheo imprudente del escarnio público. No film can ever survive the blaze and hiss of public scorn.
Ahora... un abucheo para Nasser Ali. Now... Boos for Nasser Ali.
Mucho del abucheo es la tensión de tratar de asegurarse que el comediante sea capaz de dominar y sobreponerse al provocador. A lot of heckling is the tension of trying to make sure that the comedian is going to be able to dominate, and overcome the heckler.
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