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1    (=comentado)  
[éxito, noticia]  
much talked-about  
[escándalo, estafa]  
ha sido un divorcio muy sonado      their divorce has caused a great stir, it has been a much talked-about divorce  
el escándalo fue muy sonado      the scandal was much talked about, it was a notorious scandal  
hacer una que sea sonada      *   to kick up a stink *     
2    *  

estar sonado      to be crazy     (Boxeo)   to be punch drunk  

soñado         adj  
1    (=ideal)   dream    antes de s     
¿cómo sería su casa soñada?      what would your dream home be like?  
2    (=deseado)   dreamed-of  
llegó el soñado día del armisticio      the dreamed-of armistice day dawned  
3      (Colombia, Cono Sur)  
*   (=divino)   gorgeous  
un traje de novia soñado      a gorgeous wedding dress  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

soñado, soñador, sondeo, sonido

estar sonado v.
be crazy; be punch drunk

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
the dreamed-of armistice day dawned
it was a notorious scandal
the scandal was much talked about
their divorce has caused a great stir
it has been a much talked-about divorce
I'd never have dreamed it
it suits me a treat
a gorgeous wedding dress
the staging of the play was out of this world
'sonado' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
el novio soñado
lo habrás soñado
consiguió más éxito del que jamás había soñado
han tenido más éxito del que jamás habían soñado
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"sonado": examples and translations in context
Te aseguro que será un matrimonio sonado. I assure you that a marriage will be sounded.
Esta miserable sinfonía jamás ha sonado mejor. It's the best that miserable symphony has ever sounded.
Arriba no ha sonado el aviso... ...y la señora Patmore está preparando un suflé. You've never rung the dressing gong, and Mrs Patmore's doing a souffle for the first course.
- Esas campanas no han sonado en años. - Those bells haven't rung in years.
Esa alarma ya debería haber sonado. That alarm should have gone off by now.
Imagina lo diferente sería mi vida si la alarma hubiese sonado. Imagine how different my life would be Had that alarm gone off.
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