Traducción de narration en Español:

narration

narración, n.

Pronunciación /nəˈreɪʃ(ə)n//nəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/

nombre

  • 1formal

    Literatura
    narración femenino
    • He floored the audience with his trademark style of narration.
    • The story begins as a third person narration, a tale about an old writer.
    • As they told their stories, they created the necessary significance for themselves and found the meaning not only behind their emigration, but also behind their narration.
    • Isabella had given her aunt, mother, and sisters a full narration of her ordeal whilst she bathed.
    • In the middle of describing what he is thinking, Anderson switches to first person narration.
    • He was affording his characters access to modernity and claiming for himself a scope commensurate with historical narration.
    • Beautiful scenery combined with melancholy music and matter-of-fact narration to make a lovely little story.
    • This statement accurately sets the antagonistic tone of the entire narration.
    • Following a brief narration of the battle, Moore got to the main purpose of his visit: the preparation of American soldiers for combat.
    • The key point is that this module renders us highly sensitive to other people and it influences our narration in such a way as to deliver unintended messages.
    • It was narration of personal experience which was obviously heavily influenced by the emotions and excitement which is an essential component of any conflict.
    • Nonetheless, as he writes his own history of this violent challenge to imperial domination, the Creole intellectual also makes that narration American through a baroque discourse of excess.
    • In occurrences like this there are always circumstances involving difficulty which a full narration of details would satisfactorily clear up.
    • I was surprised by the traditional mode of narration; the prose is conventional, unsurprising, not ostentatiously poetic.
    • Women often tend toward the internal, personal narration of events.
    • Much more than a straight narration of history, they have shed light on the social realities of those days in a poignant manner.
    • There is mostly a simple matter of fact narration in the news.
    • Its main purpose is narration, and the dialogue comes through clean and undistorted, so it achieves its aims quite amicably.
    • Moreover, the narration of the events provided by both complainants is completely incompatible with consent.
    • This sudden switch to first-person narration is startling to the reader.
  • 2

    Televisión Cine Teatro
    comentario masculino
    • The predominance of narration mars the production to such an extent that the only successful parts of it are those that feature little or no narration.
    • This combination of digital footage, brave and honest narration from the two climbers and stunning cinematography, is an excellent production which tells an unforgettable story of extreme endurance.
    • The recordings would be activated as voice-over narration when a viewer clicked on a photograph on a computer.
    • What he revealed in his narration of the program was an unbounded passion for this project.
    • This has been composed in two separate performing versions - an orchestral version which is entirely sung and an organ version which mixes choral sections with narrations.
    • A narration was given by his daughter, Jenny.
    • First of all, many people in Korea were upset with the narration at the end.
    • The film opens with semi-cryptic narration from a child walking silhouetted through parched trees.
    • I find the voice-over pretty annoying too - although I dislike narration generally in things like this.
    • The narration consists entirely of running commentary by the astronauts themselves, taken from over 80 hours of interviews.
    • The movies are composed of newsreel photography from the theaters of operation and narration.
    • The two featurettes are actually just compilations of behind-the-scenes footage, with no narration or interviews included.
    • There is no dialogue, but a pompous voice-over narration explains everything that is going on, just in case we are too dim to figure it out.
    • The sound is stereo for the narration, but the clips appear to be mainly mono as originally recorded.
    • And under the quiet narration is even gentler music, music that strives to be subliminal, tinkled on a parlor piano and diffidently accompanied by a fiddle or banjo.
    • She presents this in five acts linked by a narration.
    • And I think there was voiceover narration coinciding with the actual scene dialogue.
    • The characters speak directly to and for themselves only when absolutely necesary, the rest of the time the story is told purely via images and narration.