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estreno

  
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1    (=primer uso)   first use  
hoy voy todo de estreno      I'm wearing all new clothes today  
se puso de estreno para la boda      she wore new clothes for the wedding  
fue cuando el estreno del coche nuevo      it was when we went out in the new car for the first time  
2    (=debut)   [+de artista]   debut, first appearance  
[+de película]  
premiere  
[+de obra de teatro]  
premiere, first night, first performance  
riguroso estreno mundial      world premiere  
  estreno general   general release
3      (Caribe)   down payment, deposit
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
riguroso estreno mundial exp.
world premiere

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exp.
it was when we went out in the new car for the first time
exp.
she wore new clothes for the wedding
exp.
it went off very well
exp.
it was a great success
exp.
the film was released in June
exp.
I'm wearing all new clothes today
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'estreno' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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estreno
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estreno
n.
el estreno
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estreno mundial
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el estreno de la obra fue muy aplaudido
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se estrenó la película
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la película se estrenó en 1968
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todo estará listo para el estreno
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"estreno": examples and translations in context
Será mi comienzo en este estreno mundial. That's going to be my beginning in this world premiere.
Jamás había visto un estreno así. I've never seen a premiere like this.
Me preguntaba si querrías ir al estreno mañana. So I was wondering if you might want to go to the opening night tomorrow.
Sólo te pido que participes del estreno. But I'm asking you to give me this opening night.
El estreno de Drácula en 1931 significó un éxito rotundo para la Universal. With the release of Dracula in early 1931, Universal Pictures had a major success.
El estreno de Jesucristo Superestrella va a comenzar. The premiere of Jesus Christ Superstar is about to begin.
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