Traducción de cover story en Español:

cover story

tema de portada, n.

nombre

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    (in magazine) tema de portada masculino
    (in newspaper) noticia de primera plana femenino
    • In a cover story nearly three decades ago, the magazine investigated and editorialized on the issue.
    • A front page cover story or a feature spread in a magazine helps boost exposure, thereby boosting potential sales.
    • But if Levitt's data is as solid as he makes it out to be, he should be able to get a cover story in a major magazine.
    • I wanted to call your attention to the cover story in the latest issue of Style magazine.
    • The article is the cover story of the Washington Post Magazine this week.
    • David Amsden makes a similar point in his recent New York Magazine cover story.
    • By now the trend is prominent enough to have merited a New York Times Magazine cover story.
    • God bless Newsweek magazine for running a cover story on the final season of Friends this past week.
    • As a matter of fact, it was actually Jonah's magazine that did a cover story a full month ago.
    • A recent cover story in an international news magazine described how Asia's highways take a heavy toll.
    • You did an excellent cover story in Newsweek magazine this past week.
    • Here is the Time magazine cover story on why the French are different, which includes a look at fashion in Paris.
    • Time magazine devoted its cover story to the subject two weeks ago.
    • In fact, my magazine wrote a cover story with a picture of a light shining into the Oval Office.
    • Two weeks later, he wrote about his trip in a cover story for the magazine in London.
    • The Atlantic Monthly ran a front cover story and then state senator Tom Hayden held hearings in Sacramento.
    • As this month's cover story illustrates, this is an exciting time to be a graduate student in psychology.
    • Note - that chart with the prices is from a Time Magazine cover story in 1991.
    • In addition to our cover story, this edition features two articles about African American art.
    • The trend is the subject of a cover story in this weeks ‘Fortune’ magazine written by yours truly.
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    (alibi)
    pantalla femenino
    tapadera femenino
    • Captain Wise and I both suspected that this was a cover story - it seemed too realistic to be another exercise.
    • The cover story and the identity documents carried by Tai and his traveling companions were quickly discovered to be false.
    • The presence of such overt intelligence missions also creates plausible cover stories.
    • He didn't want that campaign to become public, so he invented a cover story, repeated it under oath, and stuck to it on multiple occasions.
    • Despite the time they had spent developing their cover stories, both of them decided to remain illegal and not use their work papers.
    • It is easy for an agent to use a plausible cover story to establish connections with an existing cell.
    • Several major lies form the basis for the cover story.
    • The interrogations impressed some of the group with the importance of remembering the details of their cover stories.
    • They also discussed their cover story with the bartender, who was an unwitting accomplice.
    • The immigration service failed to spot the hijackers' bogus passports, questionable cover stories and false statements.
    • Non-Vietnamese speakers were given Vietnamese identification and cover stories.
    • He felt he had to invent a cover story to go around this, to make it believable.
    • Perhaps Jessie would be thankful for the cut on her neck if it had helped create a possible cover story for the murder.