Translation of caption in Spanish:


leyenda, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈkapʃ(ə)n//ˈkæpʃ(ə)n/


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    (under picture)
    leyenda feminine
    (under photo) pie de foto masculine
    (under illustration) pie de ilustración masculine
    • Along with information, the paintings which were on display at the India Habitat Centre on June 21 and 22, were accompanied with captions, anecdotes and even poems.
    • One important artwork that represents that style is highlighted on each poster, along with four smaller reproductions with short explanatory captions and a timeline.
    • The caption to the cartoon says, ‘Awkward predicament for you to solve.’
    • The photographs date from 1895 through 1906; they are accompanied by captions and entries about Chinese American history.
    • Brief descriptive captions would have enhanced the understanding of the life of the people and perhaps added more understanding to the text of the folktales as well.
    • Each image will be accompanied by a caption and a small digital image of the building as it looks today.
    • Maybe it's not so easy writing witty captions to New Yorker cartoons.
    • Each picture is accompanied by the informative captions describing the history the area covered in this book.
    • Now he's showing some other older work - similar to the picture above but this other series contrasts images of rich and poor people accompanied by captions written by them.
    • The captions accompanying posters (which showed streams of bright sunlight through the clouds) were written in mock bible-speak.
    • Bournemouth Council now uses cartoon captions on its posters to attract attention.
    • The illustrations are often accompanied by explanatory captions which detail information not found in the text and this makes the book interesting to page through.
    • Every key work is illustrated and accompanied by an explanatory caption.
    • Pain Free in Six Weeks is liberally interspersed with light-hearted illustrations and informative captions.
    • The caption to the illustration on page 185 describes Tom Thomson as ‘a distinguished member of the Canadian artists known as the Group of Seven.’
    • When I looked at the cartoon I tried to come up with all the aspects of it; I tried to incorporate the whole cartoon into the little caption.
    • Interviews, explanations and captions accompany and illuminate throughout.
    • The caption over your illustration of the proposed extension to the library at the University of York would surely be more apt if it read 1920s revisited.
    • Their expressive, almost-human faces and brief, tragic captions brought me to tears, and I had to sit down and wipe my eyes.
    • The names of persons in the photographs should be clearly labelled on the back along with captions, titles or explanations.
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    título masculine
    • Deeds, captions on cases, and other legal forms like subpoenas all serve the purpose of giving notice, which is how lawyers and the courts communicate with the public.
    • If yes, provide details of each case or proceeding on an attached sheet, including caption, court and index or docket number, the particulars, and the disposition.
    • Defendants' motion to remove Kama's name from the caption of this case is ALLOWED.
    • The case is notable not for the momentousness of the underlying legal question but for its amusing caption.
  • 3

    subtítulo masculine
    • And on the simplest level, there was a disconcerting clash between the postmodern textuality dispensed by the singers and the humble captions on the screen.
    • Prior to this weather charts had been presented on screen with captions.
    • Display text captions with each video stream.
    • The film, punctuated by captions highlighting what the party considers key achievements, wasn't so much about setting out key pledges but setting a tone and feeling for Labour's protagonists.
    • A static caption on screen for several minutes on end is unusual today but was a staple of television graphics from the fifties to the early eighties.
    • The caption, ‘Six Months Later’ appears on the screen for a moment.
    • By rights, the lower half of the TV screen should then have been filled by a caption reading: ‘CHEERS!’
    • For any broadcast program with TV captions, you can immediately reuse them, which is something nobody is doing.
    • A caption flashes across the screen listing the substitutes for both teams.
    • The Pentagon became adept at supplying video-game-like pictures of U.S. missile strikes at the same time that it began to provide the large-type captions on TV screens.
    • In the first scene of the film a caption informs us that the events take place in ‘Southern Italy, 1978.’
    • First, a note on the film's opening caption, which reads, ‘Based on a true story.’
    • The new version also does not display the lyrics of the national anthem on the screen, ‘because the captions would interfere with the film's visuals,’ Lin said.
    • To judge by the Estonian television captions, the first day of the Leaving Cert was marked by the coming together of two trade unions, EESTI and IIRIMAA.
    • Apparently this caption appeared on Sky News last night.
    • However, according to the archived video of the ad linked above, media reports and interviews with a high-level campaign official and political experts, the caption did not appear in the original ad.
    • Remember when newsreaders just read the news, without the caption and the illustration and the crawl at the bottom of the screen?
    • I started to pay more attention and noticed that they had captions at the top and the bottom of the screen.
    • Dear BBC, that's not the best caption to use on screen for the latest information about the Space Shuttle disaster, is it?
    • It's only in the second third of the film - when the captions disappear and Slim's on the run - that Enough becomes the film it should've been.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (illustration/picture) ponerle una leyenda a
  • 2

    (article) titular
  • 3

    (film) subtitular