Traducción de tragedian en Español:


trágico, n.

Pronunciación /trəˈdʒiːdɪən//trəˈdʒidiən/


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    trágico masculino
    trágica femenino
    autor de tragedias masculino
    autora de tragedias femenino
    • Born around 524 or 525 B.C. in the city of Eleusis near Athens, the Greek dramatist Aeschylus is known as the first great tragedian.
    • The Greek tragedian Euripides, for example, rarely took first prize in Athenian dramatic competitions.
    • And ever since then, scholars have remarked on the difference between the two tragedians as involving something like the ideal and the real.
    • In the years thereafter, Aeschylus found his muse and became one of the three celebrated 5th-century-BC Athenian tragedians, alongside Sophocles and Euripides.
    • How could Milton the classicist, the tragedian, the epic writer, reject Plato, the Greek tragedians, and Homer himself?
    • Not even the greatest of ancient tragedians could have written the script, most commentators agreed.
    • As the Greek tragedians and Shakespeare well knew, even a bloody tyrant can be made the object of sympathy by a cruel turn of fate.
    • Those of you who are familiar with the Classical Greek tragedy, also probably know Plato's attack on the Classical Greek tragedians.
    • In the Aristophanes original, Aeschylus and Euripides debated over which of the two was the best tragedian.
    • Euripides is considered to be the most socially critical of all the ancient Greek tragedians.
    • The archon allotted to each tragedian his actors, paid at state expense, and a producer (choregus).
    • As Aeschylus and other tragedians appreciated, words could be used to make what is false appear true and what was true false.
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    actor dramático masculino
    actriz dramática femenino
    actor trágico masculino
    actriz trágica femenino
    trágico masculino
    trágica femenino
    • Comedian, tragedian and heartthrob, his distinction lies in the very indistinction of his career.
    • Where others looked at spinners, seamers and batsmen, he saw folk heroes, comics and tragedians.
    • They discuss theatrical affairs before the players arrive, when Hamlet has their chief tragedian recite a speech about the destruction of Troy.
    • It reminded us that some of the zaniest players can play tragedy better than tragedians.
    • There were incredible conditions of prejudice, they faced all sorts of restraints, yet they were dancing, singing, acting comedians, tragedians - you name it.
    • He retired from the stage in 1817 with a final performance as Coriolanus, widely respected as a great tragedian and as Garrick's successor in the promotion and playing of Shakespeare.
    • Remember the great Greek tragedians: They wore a mask!
    • He must be called the imitator, as all tragedians are.
    • Rather, an actor will develop a specialty within a line, perhaps serving only as a lead tragedian, never doing comedy, or narrowing his eccentric business to specialize in Irish or Jewish roles.
    • I couldn't do that, so I found I had to become a sit-down tragedian who got up a lot.
    • We might think of him as misplaced, a tragedian performing in cabaret perhaps.