Traducción de crème de la crème en Español:

crème de la crème

Pronunciación /ˌkrɛm də lə ˈkrɛm//ˌkrɛm də la ˈkrɛm/

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    the crème de la crème la crème de la crème
    • This distinction was even more pronounced in the land of the free, where engineers traditionally were the crème de la crème of the US army.
    • The awards recognise the crème de la crème across the country while the book serves as an indispensable companion for discerning travellers and diners.
    • The crème de la crème of Irish bachelors taking part in the competition also includes an internal auditor, a personal trainer, an IT expert and a number of sales executives.
    • She was peerless, sparkling, inventive and intelligent - the crème de la crème.
    • The league by all accounts is what all the rest aspire to be, the crème de la crème of pro sports.
    • Its name is synonymous with the crème de la crème of Cuban music.
    • Company officials point out that these women interact with the crème de la crème of society and the corporate world in page three parties.
    • This year's line up - 37 acts in all - is a collection of the crème de la crème of the street genre.
    • ‘They take the crème de la crème and hold them,’ she said.
    • The legendary sports-entertainment show returns with new presenters, a sizzling location and the crème de la crème of sporting talent.
    • Be sure to check out Café Paris, the crème de la crème and a consistent favorite among locals and visitors alike.
    • Yes, yes, my family is part of the elite society, the crème de la crème of New England, the small group of people who are just a few leagues above mere mortals.
    • However, the crème de la crème of the collection had to be his sweeping brocade print ball gowns in crimson red and dusty rose.
    • In its physical finery, its artsy flair, and its filmic underbelly, Edinburgh is the crème de la crème.
    • Intellectually, we here at Oxford are supposed to be the crème de la crème.
    • We were looking at the cream of the crop and whittled them down to three who were the crème de la crème.
    • And they are the crème de la crème of stock-pickers - sought after not only by the well-heeled but increasingly by big-time institutional clients.
    • These students form the crème de la crème of the diploma's cohort, so competition is going to be very keen!
    • As a result, his art is the crème de la crème of Art Deco.
    • The gang are major league players, the crème de la crème.