Traducción de cognoscenti en Español:


entendidos, n.

Pronunciación /ˌkɑnjəˈʃɛnti//ˌkɒnjəˈʃɛnti//ˌkɒɡnəˈʃɛnti//ˌkɑɡnəˈʃɛnti/

sustantivo plural

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    entendidos masculino
    • Many of the cognoscenti of the arts community were gathered, eager to discover what exactly the minister had in store.
    • The punk rock cognoscenti, of which Lydon was a key member, insisted that the movement peaked in 1976, and the following year merely marketed the sell-out.
    • This winning combination, plus a willingness to play fast and loose with her image, has made her the darling of the fashion cognoscenti.
    • It exposes the strategic and cultural gulf this country has created inside the national security cognoscenti.
    • From being a cult author, revered by the crime cognoscenti, he was suddenly in the bestseller lists.
    • It is the fashion among the cognoscenti to belittle the glorious history and traditions of this island and its people.
    • The fashion cognoscenti and music lovers were out in force last night for two great parties.
    • That's why, among the cognoscenti of the sport, there has never been a swimming meet more keenly anticipated than the 2004 Athens Olympics.
    • Instinctively talented, he rose from the depth of poverty in the mid-1990s to dazzle the fashion cognoscenti.
    • He has been appointed to draw up a shortlist of suitable candidates for what is regarded among the cognoscenti as the ultimate job in Scottish arts.
    • With the exception of a few bookshop cognoscenti with whom he talked, his intelligence seemed strictly a private matter, existing for its own sake.
    • The chief purpose of language is to communicate effectively, not to provide entertainment to the cognoscenti.
    • He made the surprising admission, once known only to the cognoscenti, that he was a lawyer.
    • This trend towards a total cost of ownership storage sale is recognized by storage cognoscenti nationwide.
    • What hope is there for the general, curious reader when the cognoscenti are inhabitants of this Babel?
    • They are the ones known intimately by cartoon cognoscenti, often memorized line-for-line and take-for-take, recited in unison by gleeful aficionados.
    • There are also diaries graced with pseudonymous titles which do nothing to conceal their authors' identities, at least from the rest of Fleet Street's cognoscenti.
    • It's only a matter of time before the fashion cognoscenti are once more clamouring for this particular brand of undeniable elegance.
    • These things are recognised by the cognoscenti but not by anybody else.
    • His fledgling fashion cognoscenti have accessorised the theme with, among other things, suspenders and pink, fluffy rabbit ears.