Traducción de eclectic en Español:

eclectic

ecléctico, adj.

Pronunciación /əˈklɛktɪk//ɪˈklɛktɪk/

adjetivo

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    ecléctico
    • The festival opens on Tuesday, Feb. 6 with a varied and somewhat eclectic orchestral program.
    • Some music fans with extremely eclectic tastes may find this band's music appealing.
    • Although my streaming radio tastes are eclectic, they seldom include "top 10" radio stations.
    • As you can see, I have very eclectic taste.
    • I like reading… anything, everything, my tastes are exceedingly eclectic.
    • He is very eclectic and his mix of abilities is so different from the common concept of an artist.
    • She has eclectic taste in music and an ever-expanding CD collection.
    • Norwegians endeared themselves to me early with their amazingly eclectic taste in popular culture.
    • By contrast, Olivia seems to have eclectic taste and her opinions about music neatly worked out.
    • Your music is quite eclectic, ranging from beautiful ambient moments to highly deconstructed beats.
    • However, Sparks illustrate the limited options for bands of a certain age and eclectic style.
    • We are both writers, both new to the city, and we each have eclectic taste in music.
    • Indeed there are eclectic styles and influences very much in evidence here.
    • To make up for this seeming gap, he became a voracious reader, very eclectic in his taste.
    • Pope brings an active, eclectic style to the movie that always keeps the eye entertained.
    • The atmosphere is cosy, the decor eclectic, but the overall ambience revolves around the staff.
    • Could Mack's broad attitude reflect his eclectic liberal education and training?
    • Indeed, the very broad, eclectic nature of this work is one of its major strengths.
    • Or does the beauty in your new-found freedom lie in your ability to be eclectic?
    • I will miss his eclectic, enthusiastic, unassuming, rugged individualism.