Translation of excerpt in Spanish:

excerpt

pasaje, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛkˌsərpt//ˈɛksəːpt/

noun

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    pasaje masculine

transitive verb

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    (passage/scene) escoger
    • This article is excerpted from ‘Ranches, Rowhouses, and Railroad Flats,’ by Christine Hunter.
    • The above is excerpted from a short poem I wrote about something that indeed happened to me in Prague.
    • It's from Departures magazine, and I'm featured in the magazine, which the online article is excerpted from.
    • This article is excerpted from his forthcoming book Ehyeh: A Kabbalah for Tomorrow to be published by Jewish Lights.
    • This essay is excerpted from her current project, a book-length study of spatial constructions of race and gender identity.
    • This essay is excerpted from Joan of Arc: A Penguin Life.
    • This article is excerpted from New Architects 2 by the Architecture Foundation, with permission of the publisher, Merrell.
    • This article is excerpted from French Influences by Betty Lou Phillips, with permission of the publisher, Gibbs Smith.
    • This article is excerpted from Poetry as Survival, to be published by the University of Georgia Press this year in its Life of Poetry series.
    • This article is excerpted from Dying in America forthcoming from Cadmus.
    • This article is excerpted from Green Architecture by James Wines, with permission of the publisher, Taschen Books.
    • This article is excerpted from a speech Bernard Stein gave a 2002 National Writers Conference in Wilmington, Delaware.
    • This article is excerpted from New London Architecture by Kenneth Powell, with permission of Merrell Publishers.
    • This article is excerpted from the first chapter of Readings from the Architecture of Louis I. Kahn by Jeffry Kieffer, with permission of the author.
    • This article is excerpted from the forthcoming premiere issue of the journal of Green Cross International, The Optimist.
    • This article is excerpted from their forthcoming book, Surviving Galeras, to be published this month by Houghton Mifflin.
    • This article is excerpted from a much longer essay analyzing the role of Identity Politics in Feminist and Lesbian communities.
    • This article is excerpted from his acceptance speech.
    • This article is excerpted from a transcript of a lecture given at the pre-conference symposium of AAC&U's 2003 Annual Meeting.
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    (book/play) seleccionar pasajes de
    • The document excerpts material from several digital photography books published by the excellent Peachpit Press, and includes quite a few good tips.
    • Aspiring disruptors excerpted passages of the book verbatim in their business plans.
    • In a related side-note, I downloaded excerpted chapters from Zeldman's Web Standards Book.
    • Of the twenty-six books that were excerpted or reproduced in the New Yorker in 1996, over half hailed from Random House.
    • First, my favourite academic Mark Kaplan has added another blog to his roster, this one a Critical Dictionary excerpting informative texts to explain apparently difficult concepts in continental philosophy.
    • Now the former POW is trying to set the record straight with a new book, excerpted in this ‘TIME’ cover story.
    • Books under copyright will be excerpted at varying lengths, depending on whether Google has agreements with their publishers to carry longer excerpts.
    • Maas first wrote of Momsen and the Squalus rescue in his 1967 book The Rescuer, which was excerpted in the The Saturday Evening Post.
    • When we excerpt full chapters, we often put the book's color jacket online to help increase readers' interest.
    • The good people at National Review Online have excerpted a chapter from Steven's book, dealing with the insurgents.
    • I'll excerpt the book first before trying to explain myself.
    • Others had excerpted a prayer or two from the book or described what they liked best in it.
    • The author excerpts Amazon user reviews of well-known books and offers a few biting comments.