Translation of circus in Spanish:


circo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈsəːkəs//ˈsərkəs/


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    circo masculine
    (clown/animal) (before noun) de circo
    • By the 4th century A.D., nearly 177 days per year were devoted to the Games, held at the circus.
    • Time had eroded all things: the circus tents, the faces of young performers, the swiftness of reactions and the size of audiences.
    • It's all quite a long way removed from the life he and his father once knew, as entertainers in a travelling circus.
    • But, unlike the old circus shows with their clowns and candyfloss, this performance is governed by a sophisticated theatrical sensibility.
    • A travelling circus has been destroyed by last weekend's gusty weather just days after its opening night in Swindon.
    • We're a circus troupe, aren't we?
    • The circle is the defining motif of the Frénouse, a shape that haunted Tatin, from his early obsession with the enclosed ring of the circus, to his adolescent observation of planets.
    • The circus, the nomadic tent show of breathtaking performances, is on.
    • The travelling circus goes to Barcelona in Spain for the fifth round of the championship.
    • Later he was a road labourer and a wrestler in travelling circuses.
    • Often, I feel a bit like a high-wire circus performer working without a net.
    • A jazz trio will play and there will be a magician and circus performer.
    • The three-ring circus is made up of around 180 performers and 80 animals.
    • Perhaps the most excitement was caused by the circus coming to town, however.
    • Maybe he and his niece could join a traveling circus to get by.
    • As usual, a circus troupe has pitched its tent in the Festival City in view of the vacation.
    • He heard the complaints that he sometimes came across as too dour and awkward and while that rankled, he always insisted he was there to manage a football team not entertain like a circus clown.
    • She has returned to the ring, though - supporting the circus clown's act.
    • You are distracted by acrobats and circus performers and watch little chubby cheeked children clapping their hands with sheer joy.
    • They probably give thanks every day that they haven't been carted off to perform in some travelling circus and can just graze away in this beautifully quiet corner of the world.
    • I just can't get enough of shows performed in circus tents.
    • Bizarrely, traveling circuses are exempt from the restriction.
    • The new civic space - the Circus - will provide the focal point and is described by developers as ‘an oasis of calm in the city centre’.
    • The work will also affect Regent Circus, Clarence Street, Princes Street and Victoria Road.
    • He said: ‘The new entrance on Queen's Circus will also improve access from the station to Battersea Park, Prince of Wales Drive, the Marco Polo building and Chelsea Bridge Wharf.’
    • Tomorrow sees the Town Hall in Regent Circus host the Quiz.
    • The new department store will front on to St Botolph's Circus.
  • 2British

    (in town)
    glorieta feminine