Translation of coterie in Spanish:

coterie

círculo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkəʊt(ə)ri//ˈkoʊdəri//ˌkoʊdəˈri/

noun

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    círculo masculine
    literary/cultural coterie círculo literario/cultural
    • He has numerous houses in several countries and embraces a coterie of celebrity friends.
    • They are trapped with the coteries of a dying movement.
    • No doubt the winner will be most gratified and a coterie of industry insiders will take great interest in the results.
    • We haven't yet reached the point where the coterie begins to jump ship, but they have enough to worry about already.
    • Each coterie defends a home territory of about one acre from surrounding coteries.
    • I put on an afternoon tea for my coterie of new international students, inviting former students to come along and share their wisdom.
    • Consequently there are situations where even legitimate facts are negated by the scientific coterie.
    • Dynasties cannot survive without coteries, and without a belief in their own right to rule.
    • A coterie of students stood close by the stairs to the beach, kicking sand at each other and taking turns leaping into the ocean.
    • These are questions that are no longer restricted to a small coterie of people who are ‘interested in politics’.
    • Obviously, the difference was pocketed by the ruling coterie.
    • The hermit's warning about marriage didn't seem to trouble him: he enjoyed a coterie of wives and survived unscathed.
    • How, you wonder, could she have ended up surrounding herself with a coterie of astrologers, spiritualists and lifestyle consultants?
    • Polo has long been a favourite among the royals and their coterie, but it is increasingly accessible to mere mortals, too.
    • The show depends on a coterie of regular guests.
    • This coterie, some ministers complain, has made an otherwise accessible chief minister elusive.
    • The contestants primp and preen, surrounded by clucking coteries of friends and parents.
    • Nor was it particularly funny when he turned up for their first date accompanied by a coterie of managers, friends and hangers-on.
    • Once again they are superb at building a picture of the times, especially the foment of ideas and information that found fertile ground in the coteries and cliques of Restoration coffee-shop culture.
    • As it is, he has virtually become a prisoner of the coterie around him!