Traducción de ringmaster en Español:


maestro de ceremonias, n.

Pronunciación /ˈrɪŋˌmæstər//ˈrɪŋmɑːstə/


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    maestro de ceremonias masculino
    maestra de ceremonias femenino
    • Lyons is the ringmaster controlling the hype on and off the field.
    • The ringmaster thanks people for coming and ‘helping to support the world's endangered species.’
    • He was also, in his time, a superb ringmaster of French culture and the avant-garde.
    • If the Oscars are a circus, he's the ringmaster.
    • But for the past few weeks, due to her sickness, Chad, the ringmaster and manager of the circus refused to let her on the tightrope.
    • There, standing on top of a rather large, dusty old theatrical trunk, projecting all the enthusiasm of a ringmaster on the opening night of the circus, was the magician.
    • Every carnival has a ringmaster and plenty of barkers, bearded ladies, strong men, wild animals and sad clowns.
    • Watching from many rows behind the center ring Marvin sits surrounded by eager children all of whom gaze at the ringmaster in awe.
    • Cromwell's role at Putney was first and foremost as chair and ringmaster.
    • Both men were considered only ‘foot soldiers’ in the affair and the ringmasters of the factory remain at large.
    • They are part of a circular series of trades populated by sellers, buyers, buffers and ringmasters.
    • It was also in the 1970's that Mic joined the legendary Pram Factory Theatre in Melbourne, creating Soapbox Circus, where he was ringmaster, musician, juggler and acrobat.
    • We can't go on tonight without a ringmaster, and your highwire magic show is the highlight of the Circus!
    • The ringmaster escorts the high-wire and animal acts into the rings.