Traducción de cliffhanger en Español:


situación tensa, n.

Pronunciación /ˈklɪfˌhæŋər//ˈklɪfhaŋə/


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    (tense situation)
    situación tensa femenino
    each episode ends with a cliffhanger cada episodio termina con una situación de suspenso
    • The unique format (the chapter format rather than a conventional narrative) and the cliffhanger endings kept me in my seat from start to finish.
    • The cliffhanger from the previous episode gets resolved offstage, so that everyone can stand around having conversations.
    • Honest serials play fair with these cliffhangers, putting the hero into danger and giving the audience a week to sweat over how he will escape the peril.
    • This is probably nowhere more true than in ‘Venom,’ the season-ending two-part episode that sets up a cliffhanger for the beginning of season two.
    • The second movie ends with a cliffhanger and Silver felt fans would want to see the conclusion as quickly as possible.
    • Most rewarding are seemingly unrelated stories, like Toby's impending fatherhood, that end up having a poignant payoff within the cliffhanger ending of the season.
    • Complications arise during the surgery, but a cliffhanger ending leads the audience to wonder if Dr. Brown has managed a second miracle.
    • It forces the audience to wait and wait with cliffhangers during and at the end of each show.
    • The doc says that there's a problem just so we can get that faux - dramatic cliffhanger before the commercials.
    • Be warned though, if you get into it, the cliffhanger ending is going to drive you nuts.
    • All the comedy, tatty eccentricity and devil-may-care cynicism are utterly gone - and of course the ambiguous cliffhanger ending is unthinkable.
    • The film ends with a cliffhanger, leaving the audience hungry for more.
    • Ok, you were probably expecting this chapter to take place right after the first one and for the little cliffhanger ending of the first chapter to be resolved.
    • Of course, in keeping with the name of the program, each episode of each serial ended with a cliffhanger.
    • And then, like a dramatic cliffhanger, the day ended.
    • Every week they would perform a half-hour show in a pub, each ending in a cliffhanger designed to persuade the audience to return the next week.
    • The only real problem is the final episode ends in a cliffhanger, as Kira, his friends, and their Alliance allies seek haven from the pursuing ZAFT forces.
    • The cornerstones of the old time serials, such as a cliffhanger ending, a brief recap at the beginning, and brisk pacing made for exciting television.
    • This season was also notable for the excellent way it would end episodes with cliffhangers that dovetailed smoothly into next week's installment.
    • Once you are in the trash zone, you will be hooked and unable to wait for the follow-up to the fantastic cliffhanger fade-out.
  • 2

    serie de suspenso femenino
    serie de suspense femenino España
    • New York made it to the National League Championship Series as a Wild Card team last October, losing a cliffhanger series to the Atlanta Braves.
    • However, as punishment for staying beyond a year, he had to figure out how to resolve the cliffhanger episode ‘Best of Both Worlds.’
    • Good handicapping meant clashes like the Jane Fletcher Memorial Cup match between Chowbent B and Metro A stayed a cliffhanger until the final games.
    • Knights supporters took over South Leeds Stadium yesterday and witnessed the latest in a long line of heart-stopping stories stolen from the script of a comic-book cliffhanger.
    • A sound boom tore the skies after India won a cliffhanger to take the one day series 3-2.
    • I see it turning into a mystery, cliffhanger story.
    • Chen achieved re-election by just 30,000 votes, beating Nationalist party leader Lien Chan, after a cliffhanger campaign.
    • The cliffhanger nature of serial fiction, exploited by everything from 1940's B-features to modern soap opera, is an easy target for the satirist.
    • He agreed the threat of a dramatic cliffhanger vote on a flagship policy was ‘not a good situation’ for a government with a Commons majority of 161.
    • As a two-part cliffhanger, these episodes are not as dramatic as they could be, because the outcome is all but certain.
    • The girls defeated Carrigallen from Leitrim in a tense and exciting cliffhanger on a scoreline of three goals to two.
    • It's going to be a cliffhanger, and you're going to have the same story in 2000.
    • At the end of last season's cliffhanger final episode, he was heard shouting, ‘Weapons of mass destruction!’
    • States that were not competitive in the previous election might subsequently produce cliffhangers.