Traducción de white-bread en Español:


representante del americano medio, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈwaɪtˈbred//ˈhwaɪtˈbred/



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    representante del americano medio
    (music/comedy) para el americano medio
    (name) de americano medio
    • And all of sudden, we then get white-bread television, and you know, we'll have television of the '50s again.
    • Before that, before corporate man became a sexy thing, corporate America was a white-bread, repressed, deeply uncool place to be.
    • Where the latter projected a very 1970s notion of white-bread southern Californian womanhood, the new angels are ‘independent women’, as the theme tune by Destiny's Child makes explicit.
    • We are branded as different, all those of us who have not grown up in generic, white-bread America.
    • Powell was a cipher to inoculate the Republicans from seeming too white-bread.
    • Visitors in a modern masterpiece can move between the white-bread platitudes of Norman Rockwell - the other show on view - and south-of-the-border extravagance.
    • We must find some alternative to the most insular tendencies of ethnic social clubs, but not white-bread homogeneity or the romance of going it alone.
    • Dean needs to shed his white-bread image and show he can do more than just speak a few sentences of so-so Spanish.
    • If this British duo's white-bread synthpop was too exotic and intoxicating for your taste, try this tepid rehash of that '80s sound.
    • Michael Ontkean, better known as Sheriff Harry Truman in David Lynch's unforgettable Twin Peaks, is Terry's naïve white-bread partner and roommate, Willie Gillis.
    • Stuck in Fryburg, California, a white-bread suburb of San Diego, Vinnie tries to get over on and is protected by Agent Barney Coopersmith (Moranis).
    • Now that one of America's most white-bread movie stars has shown that he's keenly aware of the racial inequities of Hollywood casting, what's everybody else's excuse?
    • When he was bounced over to the FBI, I mean, my God, talk about a white-bread organization.
    • Her abrupt banishment meant that Mendieta was transformed from an upper-middle-class child grounded in her family and culture to an impoverished outsider living in white-bread, Iowa foster homes.
    • Six months later, they go on a trip, combining a visit to a Carolinan idiot-savant artist with one to George's white-bread, Christian, closely knit family, where the sophisticate Madeleine is the outsider.
    • I think it's time for the university to recognize that it's not a white-bread, male-only world anymore.
    • In her checkered uniform and starched white hat, and with her bubbly good spirits, Betty at first appears to be a familiar caricature of white-bread America.
    • I, however, am a thoroughly mainstream, white-bread guy.
    • When Elvis Hunkee and his white-bread family come strolling in, bumped onto NWA's maiden flight, the pace picks up again slightly.