Translation of clichéd in Spanish:

clichéd

estereotipado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkliˌʃeɪd//kliˈʃeɪd//ˈkliːʃeɪd/

adjective

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    estereotipado
    • The sagas attracted huge audiences, hooked on every clichéd twist and turn of the predictable plot.
    • This stuff is served up in such a mundane, cliched way that even if there is a truth in there, it blew right by me.
    • They found Chinese painting cliched and lacking vitality.
    • This is probably just as well, given the extent to which some titles - particularly the most cliched ones - get over-used.
    • Do we think there's no such thing as bad art: poorly written novels, cliched and unoriginal paintings, unconvincingly acted films?
    • There's a touch of charm, but the cliched storytelling lacks that vital spark to send it soaring above the obligatory half-term movies.
    • Sorry to use such a clichéd phrase, but it's appropriate for talking about this film.
    • The work is free of the tired clichéd issues surrounding and weighing down most conceptual installation art.
    • The problem is in the execution, which feels incredibly derivative and cliched.
    • Overcoming the traditional cliched views of civil servants remains a challenge if the body is to attract the best talent in the marketplace away from the private sector.
    • For too many players on the pitch, the clichéd phrase of just trying to treat it like any other game had obviously been taken to heart.
    • We need whatever music, no matter how corny or clichéd, to get us through our days and nights.
    • Adrian cringed at the exact clichéd phrase that he didn't want to hear at all.
    • Offering a slice of Bollywood craze to people here, she says teaching Bollywood dance is not just about passing on the cliched steps.
    • It won't be to all tastes, but it does make you view what can become a cliched media story in a fresh way.
    • No amount of attention to signs can undo the impact of cliched words or banal sentiments.
    • The samples on their albums sound fresh and vibrant, not like the tired and clichéd samples so many rappers resort to.
    • Joey is worth watching for the cast, but you will be let down by the predictable and clichéd style of humour.
    • That it works at all is largely down to the enthusiasm of its cast, who set about making the most of a tired and mostly cliched scenario.
    • In its less stellar moments, the songwriting can be a bit of a yawn-fest with cliched choruses that are repeated ad nauseam.