Traducción de laureate en Español:


galardonado, n.

Pronunciación /ˈlɒrɪət//ˈlɔriət//ˈlɔːrɪət/


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    galardonado masculino
    galardonada femenino
    • There are performances by the Kirov Ballet, a symposium of 25 Nobel laureates, concerts and the opportunity to visit outstanding museums and galleries.
    • Three main prizes worth €300,000, €240,000 and €150,000 will be awarded to the three best laureates, who will also win a piano recital in Vienna.
    • Even though Ireland can boast of two other poets who have been internationally honoured as Nobel laureates, the Monaghan man continues to occupy a special niche in our affections.
    • No social science laureate was awarded this year as nominees did not meet the qualifications.
    • The 15,000 pound prize awarded to the laureate is not to be sneezed at but the chance of working with the London Symphony Orchestra for a year is to dream of.
    • This team, made up of eight of the world's top economists, including three Nobel laureates, was aiming to identify the most cost - effective solutions to the world's most serious problems.
    • Only addresses provided by the laureates themselves are listed.
    • He is professor of economics at Columbia University and a Nobel laureate.
    • There aren't many Hollywood blockbusters about Nobel laureates in economics.
    • The list was developed in a series of winnowing steps and overseen by economists, with the final panel including three Nobel laureates.
    • The ANBHF has published the biographies of more than 40 of our laureates and fellows.
    • On another apparent level he's a genius; in fact that word might be inadequate to describe his level of intelligence that rivals that of Nobel laureates in several fields.
    • To a considerable extent, a tight circle of New York intellectuals, Ivy League stars, Nobel laureates and Oxbridge luminaries replaced him and his cohort.
    • About those, he says that three quarters of all Nobel laureates in science, medicine, and economics have lived and worked in the U.S. in recent decades.
    • The festival opened officially on June 20 with a special concert competition featuring laureates from the Inter-Atlantic Music Foundation.
    • Renowned scientists, including two Nobel laureates, bioethicists, historians, biotechnology entrepreneurs, and others participated in a mix of lectures and panel discussions.
    • The Robert Burns Humanitarian Award won't endow winners with the millions showered on Nobel laureates, but it is as ambitious and international in scope.
    • Some of the world's leading economists - including three Nobel laureates - answered this question at the Copenhagen Consensus in May, prioritising policies for improving the world.
    • Including this year's laureates, this honor has been bestowed on 120 individuals and 12 companies.
    • Her excellent standing might be further upgraded this autumn when one of the silver laureates will win the Golden Magnolia Award.
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